Saturday, December 10, 2022

The DCCC Increases Spending on Political Ads to Focus on Latino Voters

Democrats are surprised at a South Texas district they had expected to win easily, but it began to appear less of a certainty. After the Cook Political Report changed its rating of the state's 34th Congressional District from "lean Democrat" to "toss-up," the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) began airing TV ads in English and Spanish and criticized Republican Rep. Maya Flores as an extremist who "sided with the mob when they stormed the Capitol." The DCCC explained the ad was part of an aggressive, well-funded campaign to engage Latino voters this election. In the … [Read More...]

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The DCCC Increases Spending on Political Ads to Focus on Latino Voters

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This column was first published in RealClear Politics It is the day before the 2022 midterm elections, and it has been an emotional roller coaster for Democrats. If you believe the polls and most of the coverage in the media, Democrats should be bracing for a Republican red wave as they take … [Read More...]

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