U.S. Senate GOP candidate Milton Wolf wasted no time capitalizing on a New York Times article on how Sen. Pat Roberts (in photo), R-Kan., switched his residency to a house owned by campaign donors in Dodge City. Wolf has a campaign ad running on conservative radio stations saying that “Roberts has left us behind.” Wolf also takes a dig at Roberts’ joke that he has “full access to the recliner” in the house. “Let’s clean house and give Pat Roberts and all the other career politicians permanent access to their very own La-Z-Boy recliners,” Wolf says at the end of the ad. Roberts adviser Leroy Towns dismissed Wolf and the ad, telling CNN that Kansans know Roberts and his work for the state.
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