HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - A national Republican group is airing a TV attack ad to kick off what it says is a two-week blitz to influence the campaign for a record three open seats on the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. The Washington, D.C.-based Republican State Leadership Committee, which focuses on electing Republicans to state-level offices, is the first out-of-state group to spend heavily in the seven-way race. It said its "initial investment" exceeds $1 million, including a second TV ad.
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