Where the NRSC is spending money today

Two new buys, same old places:

  • WV-SEN (open, Goodwin): $100,000 for media against Joe Manchin, D.
  • CO-SEN: $415,000 for media against Sen. Michael Bennet, D.
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN SENATORIAL COMMITTEE – C00027466
View Download FEC-495538 Form F24 – filed 09/29/2010 – 24 HOUR NOTICE

1. Opposes Candidate: JOE MANCHIN, III (S0WV00090)
Office Sought: Senate, West Virginia District 00
Payee: JAMESTOWN ASSOCIATES
Date Expended = 09/27/2010      Amount Expended = $4000.00
Purpose: MEDIA

2. Opposes Candidate: JOE MANCHIN, III (S0WV00090)
Office Sought: Senate, West Virginia District 00
Payee: NATIONAL MEDIA RESEARCH PLANNING & PLAC
Date Expended = 09/27/2010      Amount Expended = $99670.00
Purpose: MEDIA

3. Opposes Candidate: MICHAEL F. BENNET (S0CO00211)
Office Sought: Senate, Colorado District 00
Payee: NATIONAL MEDIA RESEARCH PLANNING & PLAC
Date Expended = 09/27/2010      Amount Expended = $414635.00
Purpose: MEDIA

4. Opposes Candidate: MICHAEL F. BENNET (S0CO00211)
Office Sought: Senate, Colorado District 00
Payee: UPGRADE FILMS
Date Expended = 09/27/2010      Amount Expended = $12000.00
Purpose: MEDIWV-SEN: $100,000 for media against Joe Manchin, D.

CO-SEN: $415,000 for media against Sen. Michael Bennet, D.

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