Where the DSCC is spending: Still more against Toomey

Here are the latest campaign disclosures from the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Commitee. Note that they continue to spend ludicrous sums on Missouri and Pennsylvania, despite dismal poll results so far. Note also that they are still spending in Delaware, where their nominee leads by double digits, and they have taken up a new defensive posture in Washington State and West Virginia.

  • CO-SEN (Bennet): $700,000 for television ads against Ken Buck, R.
  • IL-SEN (open, Burris): $759,000 for television ads against Mark Kirk, R.
  • KY-SEN (open, Bunning): $269,000 for television ads and $56,000 for radio ads against Rand Paul, R.
  • MO-SEN (open, Bond): $335,000 for television ads against Roy Blunt, R.
  • PA-SEN (open, Specter): $721,000 for television ads against Pat Toomey, R.
  • WA-SEN (Murray): $389,000 for television ads against Dino Rossi, R.
  • WV-SEN: (open, Goodwin) $585,000 for television ads against John Raese, R.
  • DE-SEN (open, Kaufmann): $170,000 for television ads against Christine O’Donnell, R.

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