Club for Growth shells out for online Senate ads

A few more independent expenditures to round out your Friday afternoon, all on behalf of GOP campaigns:

Club for Growth Action:

  • PA-SEN: $12,500 for Internet communications to support Pat Toomey, R.
  • KY-SEN: $12, 500 for Internet communications to support Rand Paul, R.
  • CO-SEN: $12, 500 for Internet communications to support Ken Buck, R.
  • <li>WI-SEN: $12, 500 for Internet communications to support Ron Johnson, R.

  • WI-SEN: $7,500 for Internet communications against Sen. Russ Feingold, D.

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First Amendment Alliance

  • DE-SEN: $35,000 for cable ads against Christopher Coons, D.

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We Love USA PAC:

  • FL-22: $29,500 for billboard space against Rep. Ron Klein, D.

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American Future Fund

  • WA-3: $9,900 to cut an ad against Dennis Heck, D.
  • SD-AL: $9,900 to cut an ad against Rep. Stephanie Herseth-Sandlin, D.
  • NM-1: $9,900 to cut an ad against Rep. Martin Heinrich, D.
  • TX-17: 9,900 to cut an ad against Rep. Chet Edwards, D.
  • IN-9: $16,400 to cut an ad against Rep. Baron Hill, D.
  • AR-1: $6,500 to cut an ad against Chad Causey, D.

No airtime purchases reported yet for any of these six ads.

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