John Hickenlooper attack ad -- and a helpful connection to Scott McInnis campaign

John Hickenlooper: "Stripes" from Republican Governors Association on Vimeo.

Colorado Republican Party boss Dick Wadhams told us on Monday that he'd heard about impending

attack ads aimed at John Hickenlooper

potentially dealing with the gubernatorial hopeful's disinterest in spelling out where his $2.8 million in charitable donations went. But while such spots could still be on the way, the one that's just debuted, courtesy of the

Republican Governors Association

, deals with jobs, accusing Hickenlooper and Bill Ritter of being of the same stripe went it comes to making the unemployment situation in Colorado worse. The commercials are neatly coordinated with earlier ads touting the Scott McInnis campaign in which the main theme was jobs, jobs, jobs -- maybe like the kind needed to enforce that new

Arizona-style immigration law

on McInnis's wish list. Check out the anti-Hick commercial above.


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