Where they’re spending: A round of radio ads for Republicans

The latest independent expenditure reports include some major buys on behalf of Republicans, by the Alliance for America’s Future and the National Federation of Independent Business. Meanwhile, the Humane Society goes to bat for Democrat Nick Rahall.

Alliance for America’s Future:

  • NY-1: $270,000 against Rep. Tim Bishop, D.


Humane Society Legislative Fund

  • WV-3: $21,000 to support Rep. Nick Rahall, D.


National Federation of Independent Business

  • NC-SEN: $127,000 for a radio ad to support Sen. Richard Burr, R.
  • PA-SEN (open, Specter): $158,000 for a radio ad to support Pat Toomey, R.
  • WI-SEN (Feingold): $78,000 for a radio ad to support Ron Johnson, R.
  • IN-8 (open, Ellsworth): $13,000 for a radio ad to support Larry Bucshon, R.
  • ND-AL (Pomeroy): $14,000 for a radio ad to support Rick Berg, R.
  • NM-1 (Heinrich): $14,000 for a radio ad to support Jon Barela, R.
  • NV-3 (Titus): $28,000 for a radio ad to support Joe Heck, R.
  • OH-16 (Boccieri): $41,000 for a radio ad to support Jim Renacci, R.
  • FL-8: $36,000 for a radio ad to support Daniel Webster, R.
  • SC-5 (Spratt): $47,000 for a radio ad to support Mick Mulvaney, R.
  • VA-5 (Perriello): $19,000 for a radio ad to support Robert Hurt, R.

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