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PAC Advertisements should be posted here.

 

Note that they:

1. Use the same cost tables as parties and

2. Can not denote affiliation with a party or candidate.

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Law and Order

States Rights

Equality for All

Preference for None

 

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Arkansas: 1/4 page print ad, statewide, $250k

 

 

 

 

 

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Radio Ad, Arkansas

 

Background music: updated, music only version of "Pullman Porters Parade"

 

 

What does your Republican/NAAWP Representative stand for?

 

Law and Order, including the Death Penalty when appropriate.

 

More power to Little Rock, less to Washington.

 

Equality for All.

 

Preference for None.

 

The GOP/NAAWP. Blood. Pride. Tradition.

 

 

cost: $500k

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NRA Print Ad 1

 

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Arkansas: 1/4 page print ad, statewide, $250k

Kansas: 1/4 page print ad, eastern half of state, $500k

Kentucky: 1/4 page print ad, statewide, $500k

Pennsylvania: 1/4 page print ad, statewide, $1m

 

 

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California print ad, full page, SF-LA corridor (this happens to include almost every seat in play)

cost: $5m

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Radio Ad - Noon x3

California - $6,000,000

Indiana - $4,500,000

Minnesota - $3,000,000

Total - $13,500,000

 

*music is a light tone*

Narrator: Americans everywhere suffer from a high tax rate, a complicated tax system and a federal government who continuously to wastefully spend your money. The need for tax reform is critical!

*music shifts to a deeper tone*

Narrator: The Democratic Party is offering solutions to raise taxes, add more complications to the tax system and spend more money on wasteful programs.

American Voter: We need tax reform now!

Paid for by America's Tomorrow PAC

Edited by John White

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Radio Ad - Noon x3

California - $6,000,000

South Carolina - $3,000,000

Total - $9,000,000

 

*music is a deeper tone*

Narrator: Americans everywhere suffer from a high tax rate, a complicated tax system and a federal government who continuously to wastefully spend your money. The need for tax reform is critical!

*music shifts to a lighter tone*

Narrator: The Republican Party is offering solutions to cut your taxes, simplify the tax system and reduce spending by the federal government.

American Voter: We need tax reform now!

 

Paid for by America's Tomorrow PAC

Edited by John White

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Radio Ad - Noon x3

Indiana - $3,000,000

Minnesota- $3,000,000

Total - $6,000,000

 

*music is a deeper tone*

Narrator: Americans everywhere suffer from a high tax rate, a complicated tax system and a federal government who continuously to wastefully spend your money. The need for tax reform is critical!

*music shifts to a lighter tone*

Narrator: The Republican Party is offering solutions to cut your taxes, simplify the tax system and reduce spending by the federal government.

American Voter: We need tax reform now!

 

Paid for by GOP Leads

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House tv ad: Working for You (30sec) (Paid for by DCCC)

[a scene with a person struggling to paint their house and then their neighbor showing up and helping them]

NARRATOR: America has always been a land of communities working together. Americans understand that not everything can be done alone, that sometimes you need a helping hand.

[next scenes cycles through americans talking/shaking hands/laughing with democratic politicians]

NARRATOR: That is why Americans expect more out of politicians than partisan attacks and a party first mentality.

Americans expect the government to put governing first.

*Narrator changes to Andrew Sutherland*

[Next scene is the signing of the Hate Crime Prevention act with Fong, Sherman, and the president followed by them smiling and shaking hands]

SUTHERLAND: We at the Democratic party hear you and agree: country comes first. We wouldn’t have been able to pass acts such as the 21st Century Energy Independence Act or the Hate Crimes Prevention Act without trying to work with our Republican Colleagues.

[video shifts to an image of Speaker White angrily speaking on local news]

NARRATOR: While Republican leadership went to the media to complain about Democrats being bipartisan, Democrats got the job done.

[Video of Rep. Tran and another Republican talking amicably while walking away from a room with a sign that labels it as the Domestic Committee]

SUTHERLAND: Democrats support bipartisanship because, at the end of the day, country comes first. You come first.

[picture of Democratic official shaking hands with a smiling farmer]

SUTHERLAND: Vote for us, we promise to keep working for you.

 

Arkansas - $2,000,000

Colorado - $2,000,000

Kentucky - $5,000,000 (Daytime)

Maine - $1,000,000

Minnesota - $2,000,000

New Hampshire - $1,000,000

New Mexico - $1,000,000

North Carolina - $3,000,000

North Dakota - $1,000,000

Oklahoma $2,000,000

South Carolina - $2,000,000

West Virginia - $1,000,000

Total: $23,000,000

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Payment Split Between 43.48m DCCC, 3.8M Americans for Democracy, and 13.22 Alliance for a Blue America

 

Ad 2: INFRASTRUCTURE (DNC PAC will pay)

(radio ad begins with instrumental version of skyfall from 0:22-0:52 of the song on loop in background)

NARRATOR: America's infrastructure is falling apart. Bridges nearing antiquity continue receiving heavy use without new maintenance. Water systems across the country still have lead piping. Roads are old and full of potholes in dire need of repair. Schools falling down from disrepair. There is little hope for new ambitious projects as the nation struggles to keep old broken infrastructure running. Who will work to improve this nation's terrible rating in infrastructure?

(Radio ad begins to play this starting at 0:07 of song in the background)

NARRATOR: The Democratic party of America is committed to improving our country's infrastructure. They will work to establish the National Infrastructure Bank and are committed to funding infrastructure projects across the country, ensuring our failing infrastructure is restored while creating better jobs and growing our economy. Republicans have voted to kill this measure again and again. It's time to stop avoiding the issue, like American are forced to avoid potholes every day, and start fixing our country. Who is going to support the infrastructure our nation needs, create jobs, and improve our economy? 

 

Arkansas - $2,000,000 (Mornings)

California - $1,000,000

Colorado - $2,000,000 (Mornings)

Connecticut - $500,000

Florida - $1,000,000

Indiana - $3,000,000 (Mornings)

Illinois - $1,000,000

Kentucky - $3,000,000 (Evenings)

Maine - $1,000,000 (Mornings)

Minnesota - $1,500,000 (Noon Hour)

Missouri - $3,000,000 (Mornings)

Montana - $500,000 (Rural Areas)

New Hampshire - $2,000,000 (Rural Areas and Mornings)

New Mexico - $2,000,000 (Rural Areas and Mornings)

New York - $1,000,000

North Carolina - $2,000,000 (Morning)

North Dakota - $500,000 (Rural Areas)

Oklahoma $1,500,000 (Noon Hour)

South Carolina - $1,000,000 (Rural Areas)

West Virginia - $500,000 (Rural Areas)

Total: $31,000,000

 

Radio Ad 3: Wages and Jobs (Paid for by DNC PAC)

*Uplighting Music plays*

“Heading into the 21st century, Americans are looking for the better jobs and to receive raises that are the hallmark of the new economy. Our middle class is the backbone of our nation. We need to help grow the middle class and improve the lives of hard working Americans.”

*music turns darker*

“The Republican Party is helping us race to the bottom, supporting bills to bring on lower wages, fewer good jobs, and taking away the Constitutional rights of everyday Americans to improve their compensation and conditions at work.”

*music turns triumphant*

“The Democratic Party has promoted improving wages by bringing power back to America’s middle class. They’ll defend unions, raise the minimum wage, grow new employment sectors like green energy and technology, and improve job training and education to make sure America keeps the best economy in the world. Isn’t it time we put the middle class first? 

 

Arkansas - $2,000,000 (Mornings)

California - $1,000,000

Colorado - $2,000,000 (Mornings)

Florida - $1,000,000

Indiana - $3,000,000 (Mornings)

Illinois - $1,000,000

Kentucky - $3,000,000 (Evenings)

Maine - $1,000,000 (Mornings)

Minnesota - $1,500,000 (Noon Hour)

Missouri - $3,000,000 (Mornings)

New Hampshire - $2,000,000 (Rural Areas and Mornings)

New Mexico - $2,000,000 (Rural Areas and Mornings)

New York - $1,000,000

North Carolina - $2,000,000 (Morning)

North Dakota - $500,000 (Rural Areas)

Oklahoma $1,500,000 (Noon Hour)

South Carolina - $1,000,000 (Rural Areas)

West Virginia - $500,000 (Rural Areas)

Total: $29,500,000

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Ads Paid for by Americans for Democracy

 

Ad 1: LEADERSHIP (DCCC PAC will pay)

NARRATOR (Morgan Freedman Type Voice): “House Republicans think they deserve to be handed the Speaker’s gavel for another two years. So let’s check their record. First, Republicans have let committees grind to a slow trickle as the people they put in charge are nowhere to be found. Then, in an act of pure partisanship, Speaker White and the GOP opposed Republican legislation because they didn't like a Democrat also supporting it. They would rather have the political win than accomplishing something. To top it all off, the House Republicans have refused to answer questions about the cost of their bills while they destroy our surplus and bring us back into a deficit. Absent leaders, an extremely partisan leader, and failing to guide us towards a better government. Do you think the House Republicans deserve to stay in power? Paid for by Americans for Democracy.

 

Missouri - $3,000,000 (Morning)

Arkansas - $1,000,000 (Rural Areas)

Kentucky - $500,000

Minnesota - $500,000

Colorado - $1,500,000 (Noon Slot)

Montana - $500,000 (Rural Areas)

New Hampshire - $3,000,000 (Rural Areas and Evening)

New Mexico - $1,500,000 (Rural Areas and Noon)

Utah - $1,000,000 (Rural Areas)

Nevada - $500,000 (Rural Areas)

North Carolina - $1,000,000 (Rural Areas)

North Dakota - $500,000 (Rural Areas)

Oklahoma $1,500,000 (Noon Hour)

South Carolina - $1,000,000 (Rural Areas)

West Virginia - $500,000 (Rural Areas)

Total - $17,500,000

 

Print ad (DCCC PAC will pay)

Title: Supporting our seniors

*Text sits under an image of a crowd of older, grey-haired faces*

After years of hard work supporting our country and their community, seniors deserve to enjoy retirement. They put in the time with the promise that once they grew old they could live a happy life. Yet sometimes life isn’t on board with that promise, sometimes unforeseen circumstances try to sour retirement. That is why Medicare and Social Security exist, to support our seniors when life’s unexpected moments arise.

The members of the Democratic Party understand this and promise to stand behind these programs to support our seniors. They will not cut funding for social security and medicare. They will not allow Medicare and social security to be privatized, markets boom and bust but senior’s protect shouldn’t. They won’t risk seniors being left without meaningful coverage. Seniors have worked hard to build the country we are so proud of today. Democrats understand this and vow to stand as allies for seniors. Will you do what is best for your future?

Paid for by Americans for Democracy.

 

Arizona - $375,000

New Jersey - $375,000

Florida - $500,000

Georgia - $375,000

South Carolina - $250,000

New Mexico $125,000

North Carolina - $250,000

Nevada - $125,000

California - $500,000

Texas - $500,000

Maryland - $375,000

Virginia - $375,000

New York - $500,000

Missouri - $375,000

Arkansas - $250,000

Total - $5,250,000

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