HOUSE AD ROUNDUP | WA-8 | VA-10 | VA-7 | VA-2 | UT-4 | TX-32 | TX-7 | PA-1 | OH-12 | OH-1 | NM-2 | NJ-7 | NJ-3 | NC-9 | MN-3 | MN-2 | MN-8 | MN-1 | MI-8 | MI-6 | KY-6 | IL-13 | IA-3 | CO-6 | CA-48 | AZ-2

CLF Goes on the Air in TX-32

The DCCC aired its first ads in IL-13 and OH-01.

Sept. 25, 2018, 11:12 a.m.

AZ-02: The NRCC’s new TV ad blasts former Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick (D-01) for backing a stimulus package in 2009 that sent jobs to China. (release)

CA-48: The Congressional Leadership Fund’s new TV ad accuses businessman Harley Rouda (D) of planning to raise taxes on retirement savings. It will run on TV and digital platforms in the Los Angeles market. (release)

CO-06: Former Army Ranger Jason Crow’s (D) third TV ad highlights his military career and commitment to “servant leadership,” which he says is missing from DC. Crow: “You eat last in the field. And when you’re jumping out of a plane, you jump first.” (release)

IA-03: Rep. David Young (R) dropped an ad criticizing attacks against him as false, and highlighting his support for protecting pre-existing condition coverage. Young also attacks businesswoman Cindy Axne (D) for supporting “government-run health care” that would “end Medicare for seniors as we know it.” (YouTube)

IL-13: The DCCC went on the air with a TV ad blasting Rep. Rodney Davis (R) for taking $5 million from “corporate special interests” and voting to take away pre-existing conditions and raise premiums on older Americans. (release)

KY-06: The DCCC’s new TV spot contrasts retired Marine fighter pilot Amy McGrath’s (D) military career with Rep. Andy Barr (R), who “took $60,000 from drug companies then voted to give the industry a fifty-billion dollar tax break.” (release)

MI-06: Former YMCA chief health officer Matt Longjohn (D) released a TV ad emphasizing the need for new leadership in both parties, including his pledge not to support Nancy Pelosi. (release)

MI-08: End Citizens United launched a TV ad attacking Rep. Mike Bishop (R) for accepting campaign contributions from pharmaceutical companies. The spot is part of a $618,000 campaign including $457,000 in broadcast and cable TV running through Oct. 8, as well as $67,000 in digital ads, and $94,000 in direct mail. (release)

And the NRCC’s new TV ad hits Slotkin for supporting the Iran nuclear deal and features footage of the late Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) addressing Slotkin during her confirmation hearing. (release)

Meanwhile, VoteVets is on the air with a TV ad featuring former Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel praising former Defense Department official Elissa Slotkin (D). “The ad is part of a $171,000 ad buy that will air from Sept. 25 to Oct. 8.” (Politico)

MN-01: A new VoteVets TV ad attacks 2016 nominee Jim Hagedorn (R) for “saying he ‘won't fight’ for veterans in Congress. The ad, part of a $660,000 buy announced earlier this month, will air from Sept. 25 to Oct. 5 in the district.” (Politico)

The NRCC’s TV ad hits former Defense Department official Dan Feehan (D) over his support for the Iran nuclear deal. (release)

MN-02: 2016 nominee Angie Craig (D) released her third TV ad highlighting her career in the healthcare industry and her mother's struggle to secure health insurance. It will run on cable, broadcast and streaming in the district. (release)

The NRCC is out with a TV ad that knocks Craig for running companies with a “long history of lawsuits, fraud, even discrimination and bribes.” (release)

MN-03: The NRCC's latest TV ad says gelato tycoon Dean Phillips’ (D) company was “cited for trying to sell underage teens alcohol.” (release)

MN-08: St. Louis County Commissioner Pete Stauber (R) released an ad featuring his wife Jodi, describing how he supported her and their family when she was deployed to Iraq with the military. (release)

NC-09: Marine veteran Dan McCready (D) launched two ads, each highlighting his experience in the Marines. One spot touts his support for bipartisan efforts to get results on issues like balancing the budget, and reiterates that he won’t support Nancy Pelosi. Another ad describes McCready’s record as a job-creator. (YouTube)

NJ-03: The NRCC's TV ad accuses former State Department Andy Kim (D) of supporting tax increases on the elderly and working-class families. The spot knocks Kim as “D.C. Andy” and places a photo of him standing outside Nationals Park. (release)

An environmental group coalition, including the League of Conservation Voters Victory Fund and the Environmental Defense Fund Action, announced a $1.1 million campaign against Rep. Tom MacArthur (R). The group launched its first TV ad, which will run for three weeks, from the LCV Victory Fund that references MacArthur’s anti-environment votes. Environment America Action Fund is also launching digital ads. (release)

NJ-07: The DCCC’s new TV ad hits Rep. Leonard Lance for his stances on gun-control, abortion rights, and Planned Parenthood funding. “After Sandy Hook, Leonard Lance voted to allow people with serious mental illnesses to buy guns and his vote to repeal New Jersey’s assault weapons ban helped earn him an ‘A’ from the NRA,” a narrator says in the spot. (release)

NM-02: NRCC’s TV spot accuses water attorney Xochitl Torres Small (D) of backing a government-run health care system that would eliminate employer-based coverage. (release)

NY-19: Rep. John Faso’s (R) latest spot features a retired Air Force veteran describing how he received Faso’s aid in quickly working through bureaucracy at the Veterans Administration to get the services he needed. (YouTube)

NY-21: Rep. Elise Stefanik (R) launched a TV spot attacking former St. Lawrence County legislator Tedra Cobb (D) as a former Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) appointee responsible for anti-corruption efforts, while noting recent evidence of corruption Cuomo’s office. It also accused Cobb of wanting “a trillion” in new taxes. (YouTube)

OH-01: The DCCC’s first TV ad hits Rep. Steve Chabot (R) for spending “a quarter million on taxpayer funded travel visiting seventy-nine countries” and says he’s embroiled in a “new scandal for funneling one hundred seventy thousand dollars to his son-in-law.” (release)

OH-12: Franklin County Recorder Danny O’Connor’s (D) latest TV ad hits Rep. Troy Balderson (R) as beholden to special interests, such as big banks and drug insurance companies, while touting O'Connor's commitment to eschewing corporate PAC money. O’Connor: “Money is one of the biggest problems that we see in politics right now. We need to be investing in our communities, not in corporations.” The ad will air on TV and cable in Zanesville and Columbus markets as well as online. (Columbus Dispatch)

PA-01: The NRCC’s TV ad accuses philanthropist Scott Wallace (D) for donations to companies that pushed conspiracy theories on the Sept. 11 attacks and the anthrax scare. (release)

TX-07: The NRCC’s TV ad accuses trial attorney Lizzie Pannill Fletcher (D) of supporting a “massive tax hike” on working families to boost Nancy Pelosi’s liberal agenda. (release)

TX-31: Air Force veteran MJ Hegar (D) released a TV ad emphasizing her bipartisan record, including her fight that helped lead to the military allowing women in ground-combat positions. (Texas Tribune)

TX-32: CLF’s first ad in the race casts former NFL player Colin Allred (D) as Nancy Pelosi liberal who wants “a federal government takeover of health care” and supports the Iran nuclear deal. The ad will run on TV and digital platforms in the Fort Worth-Dallas market. (release)

UT-04: The latest TV ad from Rep. Mia Love (R) “features a narrator who sounds like former President Bill Clinton thanking” Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams (D), "’for all your help.’ McAdams is also set to debut his campaign's first negative ad, highlighting recent allegations that Love illegally raised more than $1 million for the race and saying she's ‘gone Washington’ while showing her next to President Donald Trump.” Love’s spot “refers to McAdams' internship with the Democratic president as well as his work for Hillary Clinton's U.S. Senate and presidential campaigns.” (Deseret News)

VA-02: The NRCC’s TV spot compares retired Naval Commander Elaine Luria (D) to a lurking shark and warns voters she supports a “gateway to a government-run takeover of health care.” (release)

“More than $1.5 million dollars have been spent on ads so far in the race for the second congressional district, according to the Virginia Public Access Project.” Luria “campaign, along with Democratic groups, has spent more than double what the” Rep. Scott Taylor’s (R) “campaign and Republicans have spent, VPAP reports.” (WTKR)

VA-07: Rep. Dave Brat’s (R) latest spot highlights his record as an economics professor as well as his support for Trump’s tax overhaul. (YouTube)

VA-10: The NRCC’s TV ad knocks state Sen. Jennifer Wexton over her past support for a deal that backed increased tolls on I-66 and her approval of tax hikes on northern Virginia. (release)

WA-08: The NRCC’s attack ad claims pediatrician Kim Schrier’s (D) practice denied healthcare to children on Medicaid. (release)

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