The House Majority PAC, the largest outside group in the Democratic congressional campaign aligned with Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), will reportedly spend $19.9 million in 23 media markets in an attempt to salvage the party’s weak most.
number one report Through Axios, Pelosi’s super PAC will spend about $20 million trying to flood election night from September to November.
Campaign ads will reportedly tout party achievements that Democrats have few and far between and attack what they call “extremist” Republican opponents even as they try to pass their own radical bills.
House Majority PACs will use this as an attempt to boost House Democrats in the final months of the midterm cycle, where they are expected to lose their majority and give Republicans a 12-35-seat majority.
Axios noted that in addition to providing a final push for Democrats in the safe zone, the ad campaign will be a “lifeline” for all vulnerable Democrats.
Pelosi’s super PAC initially spent $101.8 million on TV and digital advertising this cycle as part of an initial investment they announced in March.
The full list of media markets is:
- Chicago, Illinois: $4 million
- Cleveland, Ohio: $2.6 million
- Syracuse, New York: $2 million
- Cincinnati, Ohio: $1.4 million
- Boston, Massachusetts: $1.1 million
- Hartford, Connecticut: $906,700
- St. Louis, Missouri: 799,900
- Albany, New York: $769,500
- Binghamton, New York: $768,500
- San Antonio, Texas: $740,200
- Los Angeles, California: $665,200
- Toledo, Ohio: $510,000
- Harlingen, Texas: $506,300
- Norfolk, Virginia: $455,000
- Champaign, Illinois: $449,600
- Minneapolis, Minnesota: $424,600
- Grand Rapids, Michigan: $375,000
- Fresno, California: $355,000
- Greenville, North Carolina: $315,000
- Seattle, Washington: $300,000
- Utica, New York: $266,100
- Laredo, Texas: $115,000
- New York, New York: $88,800
Abby Curran Horrell, executive director of the House Majority PAC, told Axios, “These reservations will allow us to flip and defend seats across the country and show how disconnected Republicans are from the American people.”
“The Republican Party continues to nominate extremist candidates who will act as a rubber stamp for the disastrous MAGA agenda,” she added.
Jacob Bliss is a reporter for Breitbart News.write to him firstname.lastname@example.org or follow him on twitter @JacobMBliss.