House Watch: Where the NRCC spent its money yesterday

Where the National Republican Campaign Committee spent its money yesterday, according to FEC records:

  1. Against Rep. Jerry McNerney, D-Calif.: $52,000 for media, $15,000 for a “survey research.”
  2. Against Rep. Chet Edwards, D-Tex.: $70,000 for media, $24,100 for “survey research.”
  3. Against Rep. Travis Childers, D-Miss.: $59,000 for media, $15,000 for a “survey research.”
  4. Against Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick, D-Ariz.: $97,000 for media.
  5. Against Roy Herron, candidate in Tennessee-8: $89,000 for media, $15,000 for a “survey research.”
  6. Against Julie Lassa, candidate in Wisconsin-8: $80,000 for media.
  7. Against Rep. Bobby Bright, D-Ala.: $73,000 for media, $42,200 for “survey research.”
  8. Against Rep. Tom Periello, D-Va.: $68,000 for media, $15,000 for “survey research.”
  9. Against Rep. Allen Boyd, D-Fla.: $64,000 for media, $13,400 for”survey research.”
  10. Against Rep. Joe Donnelly, D-Ind.: $42,000 for media, $2,400 for “survey research.”

Note the large Arizona-1 expenditure, which comes just as Democrats pull out of the state.

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