The Republican State Leadership Committee is launching a new attack ad on digital platforms in Maine targeting President Joe Biden, the Washington-D.C.-based group announced Thursday.

The campaign — described as costing six figures — targets voters who regret voting for the Democrat in 2020. In addition to Maine, the ad will run in Colorado, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, New York and Washington state.

“Joe Biden’s failures have inflation soaring, crime raging, education under attack, and swing voters around the country realizing they made the wrong decision in 2020,” Dee Duncan, president of the Republican leadership group, said in a press release.

The ad will encourage voters to turn to Republicans and drive them to a site where they can learn more about state legislative races.

In recent weeks, national groups that track political campaigns have listed Maine as potential pick-ups for Republicans. Although Democrats now control the Maine House, Senate and governor’s mansion, all 186 seats in the two chambers, and the governor, will be on the ballot this fall.

Last week, CNalysis, a nonpartisan group that tracks state legislative elections, changed the Maine House from a toss-up to tilt Republican, the group posted on Twitter. It rates the Maine Senate tilting Democratic. And in a story posted to FiveThirtyEight, an ABC News-affiliated political analysis site, Maine is described as having “one of the most competitive legislatures in the country.”

“With Democrats currently in control of both chambers, this will be a top GOP pickup target in 2022,” according to an April 5 story analyzing the impact of redistricting on state legislative battles.