Where they’re spending: American Crossroads gets into House races

American Crossroads announced this week that it will be jumping into House races in a $50 million effort with two other Republican groups. Its first victims:

  • IN-2: $138,000 for television ads against Rep. Joe Donnelly, D.
  • NY-22: $250,000 for ads against Rep. Maurice Hinchey, D.
  • OH-18: $75,450 for radio ads against Rep. Zack Space, D.

On the Senate side, they also spent $129,000 on mailers against Sen. Michael Bennet, D-Colo.

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