Democrats Make $33 Million Reservation For Spots

( According to Politico, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee has set aside $33 million for commercials this fall, with the majority of the funds going to four vulnerable incumbents.

Senators Catherine Cortez Masto of Nevada, Mark Kelly of Arizona, Maggie Hassan of New Hampshire, and Raphael Warnock of Georgia will get the majority of the reserve monies.

The money for the four candidates breaks down in this manner: $8.4 million is reserved for campaign advertising in Nevada, $7.5 million will be spent in Arizona, $7 million in Georgia, and $4 million in New Hampshire.

$3 million in advertising buys also goes to Pennsylvania, and another $3 million will be spent in Wisconsin.
According to Politico, the expenditures are simply the first step in the Democrats’ caucus campaign attempts to keep control of the Senate. North Carolina is still considered a tough battle, according to the report.
Christie Roberts, the DSCC’s executive director, claims when the general election voters watch the ads about the flawed Republican Senate candidates, they’ll realize why they have no place in the United States Senate.
The Democrats’ primary congressional super PAC, the House Majority PAC, stated on March 30 that it has set aside $101.8 million in television and digital ad expenditures for the final months of the 2022 election campaign as a method of keeping the party’s House majority.
Politico said the National Republican Senatorial Committee has yet to place its ad reserves, but the super PAC affiliated with House Minority Leader McCarthy has booked $125 million in ad buys for House Republicans.
Reports say former President Donald Trump, who left the White House less than a year and a half ago, is still a fundraising powerhouse, having collected $19 million in the first three months of 2022.
Trump’s political groups are well-positioned to push Trump’s America First message into crucial races around the country, according to Trump communications director Taylor Budowich.