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DCCC Spends $570K More on Ads Opposing Jolly
Posted at 5:56 p.m. on March 5
National party committees and super PACs continue to buy hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of independent expenditure ads in the last week before the Florida Special Election on March 11th.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee reported this afternoon it spent $587,561 on 3/4 for media production and media buys opposing David Jolly, R-Fla. The House Majority PAC reported it spent $24,792 of 3/3 for direct mail opposing David Jolly. Women Vote!reported it spent $10,698 on 3/3 for mailhouse expenses opposing David Jolly. The SEIU COPE reported it spent $3,974 on 3/3 for salary and canvassing supporting Alex Sink, D-Fla..
The National Republican Congressional Committee reported it spent $90,750 on 3/4 for media supporting David Jolly. They also spent $90,750 on 3.4 for media opposing Alex Sink. American Crossroads reported it spent $54,603 on 3/4 for TV media placement opposing Alex Sink.The Republican Mainstreet Partnership PAC reported it spent $20,134 on 3/4 for radio ads opposing Alex Sink. The National Rifle Association of America Political Victory Fund reported it spent $2,888 for postcards and postage supporting David Jolly, and $2,888 for postcards and postage opposing Alex Sink.
For earlier spending, see 3/3 posting, “More Ads in Florida Push Independent Expenditures Above $7.5 Million.”
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