PA-12: $268,265 for businessman Keith Rothfus, running on broadcast and cable in Johnstown and Altoona between September 21 and October 18. Rothfus is running against Rep. Mark Critz (D).
NC-07: $541,433 for state Sen. David Rouzer, running on broadcast in the Raleigh-Durham market between September 7 and October 4. Rouzer is running against Rep. Mike McIntyre (D).
NC-08: $367,595 for Richard Hudson, who is challenging Rep. Larry Kissell. The ads will run on Charlotte broadcast from October 23 to November 6.
IL-12: $$541,150 for businessman Jason Plummer, who is running to replace retiring Democrat Jerry Costello. The ads will hit St. Louis broadcast between September 7 and October 4.
FL-22: $408,975 on West Palm Beach broadcast, running between September 21 and October 18, on behalf of former state House Majority Leader Adam Hasner. Hasner faces an uphill climb in a Democratic-leaning district against former West Palm Beach Mayor Lois Frankel.
MA-06: $894,610 on behalf of former state Sen. Richard Tisei, who faces ethically embattled Rep. John Tierney (D). Those ads will run in the Boston market, with a sprinkling in Providence, from September 7 to September 20.
IN-02: $187,010 for former state Rep. Jackie Walorski, running between September 11 and October 9 in South Bend. Walorski is the front-runner in the race to replace Rep. Joe Donnelly, who is running for Senate.
CA-03: $692,425 for Colusa County Supervisor Kim Vann, who faces Rep. John Garamendi in a dramatically redrawn district. The advertisements will run between October 23 and November 6 in the Sacramento market.
CA-21: $209,166 on broadcast television in Bakersfield and Fresno, where state Assemblyman David Valadao faces a Hispanic Chamber of Commerce leader in a newly created Central Valley seat. Those ads will run during the last two weeks before Election Day.
The group is also spending big on behalf of Reps. Joe Heck (R-Nev.), Frank Guinta (R-N.H.) and Robert Hurt (R-Va.), three freshmen who were charter members of the Young Guns club. Those ads, running in October, all air in some of the busiest markets for political advertising this year -- Charlottesville and Roanoke for Hurt, Las Vegas for Heck and Manchester and Boston on Guinta's behalf.