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Priorities USA Action Ad Attacks Mitt Romney Over Bain Capital

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Mitt Romney's track record at Bain Capital is the focus of a Priorities USA Action ad.
Mitt Romney's track record at Bain Capital is the focus of a Priorities USA Action ad.

Super PAC Priorities USA Action released a new ad on Tuesday continuing attacks on Mitt Romney's business record at private equity firm Bain Capital.

The 32-second ad targets Romney and Bain Capital for driving office supplies plant Ampad into bankruptcy and features former employee Loris Huffman, who worked at the company for 34 years before Romney's actions left her with no health care insurance.

"I thought that I was going to retire from there. I had about two and a half years to go," says Huffman in the ad. "I was suddenly 60 years old. I had no health care and that’s scary. When Mitt Romney did that, he -- he made -- he made me sick."

The ad is part of the pro-Obama super PAC's $4 million ad campaign devoted to exposing Romney's "real record" at Bain Capital.

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