FOLLOWING MONEY IN 2016 PRESIDENTIAL POLITICS

Friday, May 25, 2012

WATCH, FOLLOWING MONEY IN ARIZONA'S POLITICS: NRCC, Dem SuperPAC Match Dollar For Dollar

The main independent expenditure (IE) campaigns currently running ads in the CD8 Special Election (June 12) matched each other dollar for dollar in FEC filings today.

The National Republican Congressional Committee  ("NRCC") filed first, indicating that they were spending a little bit on 2 or 3 of their ads opposing Democratic nominee Ron Barber, and a little bit more on surveying and research;  the total spent today was $67,011.56, bringing the NRCC's total to 2/3 of a million dollars ($665,608.72).

Then, the House Majority PAC, a SuperPAC funded by labor unions and investors, filed its report, indicating that it was spending an additional $65,924.30 on its "Screens" TV ad opposing Republican nominee Jesse Kelly.  Their total is now $297,173.75.

You can view some of their current ads in our earlier post.   Here is an NRCC ad that we have not yet embedded in our blog:


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