Duluth, MN (Northlands NewsCenter)
--A committee of Northland seniors launched a campaign on Thursday aimed at defeating Congressman Chip Cravaack in the 2012 elections.
The CREDO super pac organized this group after Representative Cravaack voted for a budget, which they say hinders medicare.
Members of the committee say privatizing healthcare is not an option, and programs like social security and medicare provide seniors a livable quality of life after retirement.
"That allows me to be active as a volunteer and to focus on making our community a better place for all."
The CREDO superpac, with offices in Downtown Duluth, has four full time organizers stationed at the field office.