Washington, D.C. – Today, House Majority PAC began airing the group’s third ad in the race for New York’s 22nd Congressional District. The latest spot, titled “Deal,” continues to criticize career politician Claudia Tenney for her abysmal record in Albany – focusing, in particular, on Tenney’s failure to work for the interests of Upstate New Yorkers in the state Assembly.
“Deal” can be viewed online here.
“Claudia Tenney missed hundreds of votes in the state Assembly and even when she did bother to show up, she wasn’t working for Upstate New York,” said House Majority PAC Communications Director Jeb Fain. “Upstate New Yorkers deserve far better representation in Washington than the very worst Albany has to offer.”
“Deal” begins airing on TV today in the Binghamton, Syracuse, and Utica media markets as part of an airtime buy which began on September 6 and which now totals more than $1.8 million.
HMP released two previous ads in NY-22 – “Application” and “Hard Work” as part of the current airtime buy. As with HMP’s previous ads in NY-22, “Deal” will also be further augmented as part of an $80,000 digital buy.