A rematch in the Republican primary of Tennessee's 6th Congressional District caught some attention around the country Wednesday.
USA Today looked at the race involving incumbent Diane Black and challenger Lou Ann Zelenik who narrowly lost in the primary.
The publication focused on a Nashville investor who has created two super PACS to independently help Zelenik's bid.
Andrew Miller, who resigned in June as Zelenik's chair of her campaign finance committee, told Nashville's News 2 he has spent $260,000 through the super PACS to fund Zelenik's billboard, radio and TV ads.
"I want to make a difference, I have nothing to hide," said Miller.
"This is the only federal race that I am involved in, so we are kind of building a model for future campaigns," he said referring the PACS.
"Everything in the ads we do are true, backed up by bill numbers listed on the commercials," Miller added.
Diane Black's campaign has been livid with the ads that link the first term Republican congresswoman to votes funding President Obama's health care law.
"This is one man funding one race right in our backyard," said Black campaign spokesman Jennifer Coxe-Baker.
"They don't understand how the votes are taken and have misconstrued them," Coxe-Baker added.
She told Nashville's News 2 that "Diane Black has voted 26 separate times to defund ObamaCare, she has voted twice to repeal it."
"The votes in question are the same votes that Michele Bachmann took," added Coxe-Baker.
The issue came up during the endorsement Wednesday of Zelenik by three state lawmakers who represent about three-quarters of Diane Black's district
Rep. Judd Matheny, Sen. Mae Beavers and Sen. Kerry Roberts each detailed their endorsement during a news conference at War Memorial Plaza.
Rep. Matheny said he is tired of "one person saying one thing here, and doing another in Washington,"
"Lou Ann is a very conscientious and thoughtful person, I don't appreciate the way she has been portrayed as someone who is crazy, someone who is out of control, who is delusional," said Roberts, who is not running again after being redrawn into a another senate district.
The Black campaign didn't back down from the "delusional" comment made about Zelenik.
"If she believes those attacks she is delusional, just as if she believes she's running a positive campaign, she is delusional." said Coxe-Baker.
As for endorsements, the congresswoman's campaign sent out released that Black has picked up support from fellow congressional member Michele Bachmann, the NRA and Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey.
These are the latest volleys in what has become a bitter campaign waged on the airwaves and in press releases just like two years ago when Black eked out a narrow Republican primary win over Zelenik and State Sen. Jim Tracy.