NRSC drops $1M on Patty Murray

Among the latest independent expenditures by the National Republican Senatorial Committee is a million-dollar bomb in Washington State:

  • WA-SEN: 1,031,000 for “media” against Sen. Patty Murray, D.
  • KY-SEN (open, Bunning): $215,000 for “media” against Jack Conway, D.
  • PA-SEN (open, Specter): $618,000 for “media” against Joe Sestak, D.

That’s also the NRSC’s first expenditure in Pennsylvania, where the DSCC has spent $4 million already.

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