ICYMI: CLF Releases 6 Television And Digital Ad Campaigns In 6 Congressional Districts
WASHINGTON – In case you missed it, Congressional Leadership Fund (@CLFSuperPAC), the super PAC endorsed by House Republican leadership, released six television and digital ad campaigns in six congressional districts across the country this past week. See highlights of this week’s ad coverage below.
Zach Montellaro and Elena Schneider
The broadcast TV ads will air from Sept. 1 to Oct. 8 in Des Moines, CLF confirmed to POLITICO.
Washington Free Beacon
A recently released ad from the Congressional Leadership Fund calls out a Democratic congressional candidate in Maine for voting against a state welfare reform bill that prohibits welfare recipients from using Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) funds to buy tobacco, alcohol, lottery tickets, tattoos and other items.
Watch the ad, “Work Hard,” here.
New York State of Politics
“Antonio Delgado’s extreme and offensive lyrics are only the beginning of his out-of-touch New York City agenda, and he says he’d bring the same ideals to Congress,” said Courtney Alexander, a spokeswoman for the group said.
Watch the ad, “Mission,” here.
Albany Times Union
A new advertisement from a Republican-aligned super PAC is going after Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi for a scrapped economic development project in Utica.
Watch the ad, “Marcy,” here.
Cleveland.com’s Capitol Letter
Jeremy Pelzer and Jackie Borchardt
The ad, which attacks Pureval, starts airing on Cincinnati broadcast and cable channels Wednesday, according to the CLF.
Watch the ad, “He Should Know,” here.
This morning, the Congressional Leadership Fund, a GOP super PAC endorsed by House Republican leadership, released its first in the race for the 1st Congressional District attacking Democratic candidate, Scott Wallace on being hit with a $70,000 tax lien.
Watch the ad, “Rich,” here.