Heritage Action for America, a conservative 501(c)(4), is taking its first shots at an incumbent Republican senator this cycle, hitting Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) with full-page ads for supporting voting rights legislation, Axios has learned.
Heritage Action, which can raise unlimited donations, has been engaged in contentious cultural issues, like criticizing Major League Baseball for moving its All-Star Game, as well as the broader debate about voting rights.
But it hasn’t been training its fire on Republicans for several years. A decade ago, the group rose to prominence as the political arm of the Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank, and gleefully attacked Republicans for being insufficiently conservative.
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