House Majority PAC Launches $3 Million Digital Campaign in 12 Districts
June 27, 2018
Washington, DC – Today, House Majority PAC launched a major digital ad campaign against Republican House candidates in a dozen districts – AR-02, CA-10, IL-12, KS-03, KY-06, MN-03, NC-09, NJ-11, NY-22, OH-01, PA-07, and WA-08. The campaign, which totals approximately $3 million across the 12 districts, includes 15 and 30 second versions of two different ads which take House Republican candidates to task for their disastrous economic agenda.
“Chaos and Noise” focuses on the GOP health care bill’s punishing “Age Tax” which the AARP said would allow insurance companies to charge people aged 50 to 64 up to five times more than younger consumers. 15 and 30 second versions of “Chaos and Noise” will run against GOP candidates in AR-02 (French Hill), CA-10 (Jeff Denham), IL-12 (Mike Bost), KY-06 (Andy Barr), NY-22 (Claudia Tenney), and OH-01 (Steve Chabot).
“Simple” focuses on the GOP tax scam which gives tax breaks to the ultra-rich while raising taxes on hardworking families, increasing health care costs, and ballooning the deficit. 15 and 30 second versions of “Simple” will run against GOP candidates in KS-03 (Kevin Yoder), MN-03 (Erik Paulsen), NC-09 (Mark Harris), NJ-11 (Jay Webber), PA-07 (Marty Nothstein), and WA-08 (Dino Rossi).
The multi-platform digital program will run for 10 weeks with ads running across a variety of major video and music streaming platforms including Hulu, CBS, Spotify, YouTube, and Facebook.
“A punishing ‘Age Tax,’ higher health care costs, a skyrocketing deficit – the House Republican economic agenda is a total disaster. We’re going to make sure that voters from coast to coast know full well that their GOP Congressional candidate owns it.” said House Majority PAC Executive Director Charlie Kelly. “House Majority PAC is going on offense with this major investment to hold Republicans accountable for betraying hardworking families and to flip GOP-held seats.”
An example (IL-12) of the ad “Chaos and Noise” can be
An example (MN-03) of the ad “Simple” can be