A political war of words is headed for a courtroom. It involves the US Senate race between Democrat Kay Hagan and Republican incumbent Elizabeth Dole. A fighting mad Hagan has filed a motion to sue Dole over her campaign's refusal to pull an advertisement. You can view the Dole campaign's TV advertisement here. Kay Hagan had this to say to a Raleigh radio station Thursday evening: "I think Elizabeth Dole has gone to the lowest of the lows. This is an attack on my Christian faith. I teach Sunday school. I'm an elder in my church. I am so incredibly outraged that she has done this. I never heard anything about this PAC until she sent out a press release." Hagan later said she did attend the fundraiser in Boston. Dole's lawyers said Hagan accepted $2,300 from Godless Americans board member Woody Kaplan. As for the lawsuit, the Dole campaign issued this statement: "This lawsuit is frivolous and we will file a motion to dismiss. Kay Hagan knows that the Dole campaign ad is accurate and she is trying to confuse voters until Election Day." The Dole campaign refuses to pull the advertisement.
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