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CHARLOTTE OBSERVER: NC Senate race on track to once again be one of the most expensive in the country
Earlier this month, the U.S. Chamber began airing a television ad touting Tillis’s co-sponsorship of a bill intended to aid veterans’ employment opportunities. The Chamber spent more than $7 million to help Tillis’s 2014 campaign, its largest contribution of the cycle.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is up with another ad in Maine backing GOP Sen. Susan Collins. The ad, which the group says is a six-figure buy running through early December, praises Collins for working to expand apprenticeship and job training programs.
FIRST IN SCORE — AD WARS — The U.S. Chamber is keeping its television spending spree rolling, pushing out a new ad backing GOP Sen. Thom Tillis in North Carolina. The new ad, which the Chamber said is backed by a "substantial six figure buy in the Charlotte and Greensboro media markets," praises Tillis for "serving the needs of our nation's heroes" for co-sponsoring the BRAVE Act.
FIRST IN SCORE — AD WARS — The U.S. Chamber of Commerce extended its buy in Arizona, with a new buy placed on Thursday that brings total spending to $954,000, according to Advertising Analytics. They're also launching a new ad thanking GOP Sen. Martha McSally for working to pass the Drought Contingency Plan to help Maricopa County. The ad features state Sen. Sine Kerr praising McSally.
FIRST IN SCORE — AD WARS — The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is going up with its first broadcast ad of the cycle, thanking Sen. Martha McSally (R-Ariz.) and promoting the USMCA. “No one has worked harder to lead the bipartisan effort to pass the USMCA,” the ad’s narrator says. The ad, which is also backed by the Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Arizona Manufacturers Council, is part of a television and digital campaign. The Chamber told Score the buy is a six-figure buy, and is just the first phase of their efforts. Advertising Analytics, the ad tracking firm, tracks over $427,000 in spending in Arizona, which may be home to the most expensive Senate race of the upcoming cycle.
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