CLF Adds $18 Million to Fall Advertising Reservations, Bringing 2020 Spending Commitments To Nearly $110 Million

As first reported in POLITICO this morning, Congressional Leadership Fund, the Super PAC exclusively endorsed by House Republican Leadership, announced $18 million in additional ad buys for the fall, bringing its total commitment for the 2020 elections to nearly $110 million.

The latest round of reservations are in addition to the reservations booked in April and August, and include new spending on TV ads, digital and mail across 23 media markets.

“CLF is doubling down and pressing even deeper into our top offensive opportunities, reinforcing our swing seat incumbents and providing a small insurance policy in a few seats to ensure a win this November,” said CLF President Dan Conston. “CLF is committed to victory for Republicans this fall and the investments we’ve made have put Republicans in a position of strength as we head into the final stretch.”

CLF’s new reservations are as follows: 

  • $1.6 million for additional broadcast in upstate New York (Utica, Binghamton and Syracuse)
  • $1.5 million for additional broadcast and mail in Oklahoma City
  • $725,000 for additional broadcast and cable in New Mexico and El Paso
  • $1.2 million in English and Spanish broadcast in Miami
  • $3.2 million in additional NYC-area cable 
    • $700,000 for NY-11, $875,000 for NJ-07, $850,000 for NY-02, $750,000 for NY-01
  • $750,000 in Los Angeles area cable 
    • For CA-25
  • $750,000 for additional broadcast, mail and digital in Omaha
  • $900,000 for additional broadcast, cable and digital in Cincinnati
  • $820,000 for additional broadcast in Dallas
  • $950,000 for additional broadcast and digital in Houston
  • $460,000 for additional broadcast and digital in Indianapolis
  • $200,000 for additional broadcast in Champaign
  • $435,000 for additional broadcast in Harrisburg
  • $150,000 for broadcast in Mankato
  • $740,000 in broadcast and digital in St. Louis
  • $500,000 in for broadcast in Grand Rapids 
    • For MI-06
  • $865,000 for broadcast, radio and digital in Alaska
  • $750,000 for broadcast, radio and digital in Roanoke
  • $850,000 in for broadcast and radio in Greenville  
  • $500,000 for broadcast and digital in Little Rock