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NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! The Democratic House Majority PAC is investing about $20 million in ads that will run in every state for Democrats in the months leading up to the November election.
In a news release on Friday, the House Majority PAC, a group that works to elect Democrats, announced intentions to spend millions of dollars to portray Republican candidates as “extreme” and out-of-touch, in accordance with President Biden’s ultra-MAGA messaging.
House Majority PAC executive director Abby Curran Horrell stated in the Friday press release that the organization is committed to doing whatever it takes to ensure a Democratic House Majority in 2022. “The GOP continues to nominate extremist candidates who will act as a rubber stamp for the disastrous MAGA agenda,” Horrell said.
These reservations will help us win and hold seats across the nation while demonstrating how out of touch Republicans are with the general public.
Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Speaker of the House (source: Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call, Inc. via Getty Images)
The $19.9 million will be split among 23 different markets in the country. The biggest money will be allocated to Chicago, with over $4 million going toward ad purchases there.
The PAC will spend over $1 million in Cincinnati and nearly $2.6 million in Cleveland on advertising purchases.
In support of Democratic candidates in close races against Republicans in the 2022 midterm elections, hundreds of thousands of dollars will be spent on internet and television commercials in several locations.
Paul and Nancy Pelosi are pictured in image 2. VF15/WireImage/Dimitrios Kambouris
The PAC said in March that $101 million would be spent on digital and television ads for the 2022 midterm elections, increasing the total spending in the autumn to nearly $121 million. The PAC spent $160 million on Democratic Party commercials for the 2020 election season.
The House Majority PAC has a history of creating both targeted negative ads against Republican Party candidates as well as positive ads that support the Democratic Party and their legislators.
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, D-New York, who serves as chair of the DCCC, received criticism from his primary rival for spending money on GOP candidates. REUTERS/Jacquelyn Martin/Pool
The GOP’s “extreme, out-of-touch perspective on women’s rights,” as described by the PAC, is the subject of a recent advertisement from the group titled “Control.”
In the House of Representatives, Democrats now possess a majority, but the GOP could overtake them in this fall’s midterm elections.
Fox News Digital’s Aubrie Spady is a college associate.