Skip to comments.House Democrats' campaign arm reserves $44M in ads
Posted on 05/30/2014 1:31:59 AM PDT by kingattax
WASHINGTON (AP) House Democrats are ready to empty their deep pockets for television ads in their uphill climb to overtake Republicans as the majority party. Both sides' Senate campaigns also started placing ad reservations with an eye on November.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee on Thursday began asking television stations in 36 districts to set aside broadcast and cable advertising time for the fall's campaign blitz.
The House spending comes to almost $44 million in advertising requests, or $1.2 million per race. That's the largest ever from the committee and the biggest so far this election year from a party-run campaign committee.
Separately, Senate Democrats' campaign machine booked more than $9 million in three states for fall ads. And Senate Republicans' political committee also put down $2.1 million for ads in Colorado starting in September.
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As I recall, Democrats ended 2012 very deep in the red. Have they really paid their bills?
Nope!..but what i like..all the hired union help got paid!...
RESERVED....not paid for