Ads Total Over $1.3 Million In Expenditures
Washington, D.C. – House Majority PAC released four new ads today in IL-17, NH-02, OH-16 and WA-01. The spots total over $1.3 million in new spending and represent the first time House Majority PAC has been on TV in each of these districts.
“Voters deserve to know the truth about the extreme, Tea Party agenda backed by these Republicans and House Majority PAC will work to make sure their anti-middle, senior and women records are clear,” said Alixandria Lapp, Executive Director of House Majority PAC.
IL-17 – “Time” targets Bobby Schilling for compiling an exceptionally anti-middle class voting record in a short amount of time. The spot will run in Peoria for a week at a cost of $110,000.
NH-02 – “Principle” takes Charlie Bass to task for his remark that the Ryan plan, which guts Medicare and forces seniors to pay $6,400 more a year for care in order to finance tax cuts for the wealthy, is a “great statement of principle.” The ad will run on Manchester broadcast and Boston cable for two weeks at a cost of $440,000.
OH-16 – “Profits” exposes Jim Renacci’s record of “insider plays” in which he voted to protect tax breaks for Big Oil while he owned over $700,000 in Big Oil stock. The spot will run for a week and a half in Cleveland at a cost of $400,000.
WA-01 – “Under Attack” pulls back the curtain on the war on women being waged by extremist, Tea Party politicians like John Koster. The spot will run for two weeks in Seattle at a cost of $380,000.