Where the NRSC is spending today

Here are today’s spending reports from the National Republican Senatorial Committee. My interpretation is (1) despite the conflicting polls, they think they’re still right in it in West Virginia, and (2) they view Colorado as the big game right now.

  • WV-SEN: (open, Goodwin): $133,000 for “media” against Joe Manchin, D.
  • KY-SEN: (open, Bunning): $351,000 for “media” against Jack Conway, D.
  • CO-SEN: $862,000 for “media” against Sen. Michael Bennet, D.
  • PA-SEN (open, Specter): $400,000 for “media” against Joe Sestak, D.

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