Sen. Dean Heller (R-NV) deflected questions Tuesday about his campaign's ads against his Democratic challenger, Rep. Shelley Berkley — appearing to imply that he himself was not running the ads, only his campaign.
The Hill reports:
When The Hill pointed out he was running attack ads that say Berkley "pushed legislation and twisted arms of federal regulators, advocating policies for financial gain, saving her husband's industry millions," Heller interjected.
"The campaign is. If you have any questions or comments it'd probably be better if you directed those towards the campaign," he said. "Just talk to the campaign, they're the ones dealing specifically with this issue. Right now, I'm just worried about jobs and the economy."