American Action Network Launches Ad Campaigns in 4 Congressional Races

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American Action Network Launches Ad Campaigns in 4 Congressional Races

 

$1.6 Million of Candidate Advocacy Television and Digital Advertising

 

WASHINGTON - The American Action Network (@AAN) announced today ad campaigns totaling $1.6 million in four congressional races: CA-10, MN-08, IL-13, and IN-08. All are candidate advocacy advertisements that will run on broadcast television this September. Each advertisement will be accompanied by a roughly $30,000 digital advocacy campaign in the respective district and media market. The broadcast television buys are: $540,000 in Sacramento, $430,000 in Minneapolis, $320,000 in St. Louis, $80,000 in Duluth, and $80,000 in Terre Haute.

 

"This is the beginning of an aggressive effort to define liberal candidates by laying out their irresponsible records for constituents," said AAN Communications Director Dan Conston. "The election of these candidates would make it that much harder to pass into law the kinds of center-right policies that would turn this economy around."

 

The Network released four of the five ads today. Watch them by clicking either the links or the images below:

 

Watch the CA-10 ad "Neighbor" about Jose Hernandez running in Sacramento here.

 

Watch the IL-13 ad "Radical Ideas" about David Gill running in St. Louis here.

 

Watch the MN-08 ad "Dangerous" about former Cong. Rick Nolan running in Minneapolis here.

 

Watch the MN-08 ad "Sides" about former Cong. Rick Nolan running in Duluth here.


The American Action Network is a 501(c)(4) 'action tank' that creates, encourages and promotes center-right policies based on the principles of freedom, limited government, American exceptionalism, and strong national security. The American Action Network's primary goal is to put our center-right ideas into action by engaging the hearts and minds of the American people and spurring them into action to advance our center-right policy agenda. The Network is chaired by former Senator Norm Coleman (R-MN) and its board includes Fred Malek, former NRCC Chairman Tom Reynolds (R-NY), and former Congressman Vin Weber (R-MN).