Democrats reserve $33 million in fall advertising in fight for Senate

Posted on AllSides April 29th, 2022
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The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee will reserve more than $33 million in advertising across six states in their first major foray into the television market ahead of November’s midterm elections, when the party faces an uphill fight to defend its majority.

The DSCC said Friday it planned to book airtime in Arizona, Georgia, New Hampshire and Nevada, all states where Democratic incumbents are seeking new terms in November. The committee also plans to air ads against Sen. Ron Johnson (R) in Wisconsin, and in Pennsylvania, where Sen. Pat Toomey (R) is retiring.

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