A Democratic Super PAC on Wednesday launched a multi-million dollar ad campaign targeting Republicans in a dozen battleground House seats, a major early investment in what is expected to be an expensive and fiercely fought midterm election.
House Majority PAC is spending $3 million to launch a pair of digital ads focused entirely on pocketbook issues, highlighting Republican support for a partial repeal of the Affordable Care Act and the GOP-backed tax law. The economic emphasis is no accident, say leaders of the Super PAC, who vow that it will continue to fixate on pocketbook issues all the way until November.
“This is the opening pitch and a significant investment,” said Charlie Kelly, House Majority PAC’s executive director. “And it’s a conversation we’re going to be having between now and Election Day.”
From McClatchy on June 26, 2018.
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