After many top GOP donors initially hesitated this cycle to contribute to super PACs and similar organizations that essentially function to funnel money toward political interests, groups are now scrambling to fill the airwaves with pro-Republican ads to fight Senate Democratic candidates.  While some eleventh-hour messaging may turn a few heads, no advertising blitz helps Republicans more than the fact that many Democratic voters in states like North Carolina, Wisconsin, and Ohio won't be able to vote due to recent high court rulings.

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Andy is a graphics editor and cartoonist at Fusion.


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