ICYMI: CLF Releases 21 Television And Digital Ad Campaigns In 18 Congressional Districts
WASHINGTON – In case you missed it, Congressional Leadership Fund (@CLFSuperPAC), the super PAC endorsed by House Republican leadership, released 21 television and digital ad campaigns in 18 congressional districts across the country this past week. See highlights of this week’s ad coverage below.
The Washington Times
“When you fill up, you’re paying 12 cents more a gallon because of Sacramento’s gas tax hike,” says the ad slated to run in the Los Angeles media market. “How out of touch is Katie Hill? Hill supports radical regulations that would increase gas prices by another 60 cents.”
Watch the ad, “Expensive,” here.
Citing the accusations agaisnt Cisneros, a Republican group has released an ad that asserts the candidate’s “time’s up.”
Watch the ad, “Ever,” here.
The Congressional Leadership Fund is launching a new ad aimed at Democrat Katie Porter in California’s 45th District — this time targeting her on health care.
Watch the ad, “Cynthia,” here.
Carla Marinucci and Jeremy White
The spot charges that Rouda’s real estate firm lost a $1.8 million wrongful termination lawsuit after he fired a female employee with cancer “because her health care costs were too high.”
Watch the ad, “Wrongful Termination,” here.
“As a trial lawyer, Jason Crow cashed in while veterans got ripped off, defending a corporate executive who stole millions from a veterans’ hospital,” Courtney Alexander, CLF communications director, said in a statement. “Coloradans deserve better than Jason Crow.”
Watch the ad, “Defrauded,” here.
Congressional Leadership Fund, the super PAC endorsed by House Republican leadership, is out with an ad titled “Fraud.”
Watch the ad, “Fraud,” here.
WIBW News Now
The ad highlights Paul Davis’s record of rubber-stamping the Democrats’ liberal agenda 91 percent of the time in Topeka.
Watch the ad, “Liberal Past,” here.
The Congressional Leadership Fund released two ads in Kansas’ 3rd District targeting Democrat Sharice Davids, who is challenging GOP Rep. Kevin Yoder, over ICE.
Watch the ad, “I Do,” here.
Watch the ad, “Risky,” here.
In two new ads provided exclusively to The Hill, the top Republican super PAC accuses McGrath, a former fighter pilot, of having little daylight between Pelosi and other progressives like Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.).
Watch the ad, “National Democratic Party,” here.
Watch the ad, “Claude,” here.
In ME-02, the Congressional Leadership Fund released an attack ad, hitting assistant state House Majority Leader Jared Golden (D) as a “liberal Augusta politician” who “opposes tax relief that will save Maine families more than $2,000 a year.”
Watch the ad, “Too Liberal,” here.
On Wednesday, the group is launching a 30-second ad that features video of Phillips saying, “I believe every American citizen should be afforded health insurance. I believe it to be a moral right,” before noting that Phillips didn’t always offer coverage at his own coffee shop.
Watch the ad, “Coffee,” here.
The Congressional Leadership Fund is going up with an ad in Nebraska’s 2nd District. The ad hits Democrat Kara Eastman, who is challenging GOP Rep. Don Bacon, for her “liberal agenda.”
Watch the ad, “Price Tag,” here.
New Jersey Globe
The Congressional Leadership Fund released new ads in the third and seventh congressional districts today.
Watch the ad, “Entitled,” here.
Watch the ad, “Working,” here.
The Congressional Leadership Fund is going up with another television ad in NY-19 attacking Democratic nominee Antonio Delgado for his “liberal agenda” that benefited New York City.
Watch the ad, “Same Way,” here.
The Congressional Leadership Fund, a super political action committee, unveiled the ads titled “Alarm” and “Albany” Tuesday.
Watch the ad, “Alarm,” here.
Watch the ad, “Albany,” here.
In a new TV ad being released Thursday, Virginia Democrat Abigail Spanberger is accused of looking the other way at the Saudi-funded school while she “cashed her paychecks like nothing was wrong.”
Watch the ad, “Terror High,” here.
Washington Free Beacon
The criticism stems from Schrier’s practice turning away a majority of children seeking services on Medicaid.
Watch the ad, “Refused,” here.