That's where House Majority PAC comes in. As if the electoral environment wasn't bad enough for Democrats in 2010, many campaigns were overwhelmed by the amount of money flowing in against them -- and the national party was stretched too thin to help everywhere. House Majority PAC is, in many ways, an answer to that problem; with the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee focused on offense in its early buys and Perlmutter not yet on the air, the super PAC is plugging a half-million dollar hole in the race and preventing Coors's early, positive flight of TV ads from going unanswered.
Dem Super PAC Looks to Put Coors on Ice in Colorado
Get us in your feed.