Heritage Action for America on Wednesday identified 12 House Republican candidates that it will back with ad campaigns totaling $2.5 million ahead of the November midterm elections.
The contributions will go to support a handful of GOP incumbents in races deemed a “toss-up” by the nonpartisan Cook Political Report: Reps. Rod Blum (Iowa), Andy BarrAndy BarrKentucky Senate candidate: McConnell ‘couldn’t care less if we die’ House GOP to launch China probes beyond COVID-19 Put entrepreneurs, workers and flexibility in next stimulus package MORE (Ky.), Mike Bishop (Mich.) and Dave Brat (Va.).
The ad buy will also support two candidates running in races that “lean Democratic” — Assemblyman Jay Webber (N.J.) and Rep. Keith RothfusKeith James RothfusLobbying world Conor Lamb gets 2020 challenger touted by Trump The 31 Trump districts that will determine the next House majority MORE (Pa.) — along with half a dozen that are rated as lean or likely going toward the GOP: Reps. Ted BuddTheodore (Ted) Paul BuddHouse Republican introduces bill to hold up members’ pay if they vote by proxy House GOP lawmakers urge Senate to confirm Vought The Hill’s Coronavirus Report: Dybul interview; Boris Johnson update MORE (N.C.), Ann WagnerAnn Louise WagnerTrump, GOP go all-in on anti-China strategy House passes massive T coronavirus relief package Bottom line MORE (Mo.), Steve ChabotSteven (Steve) Joseph ChabotOhio is suddenly a 2020 battleground House passes bill to grant flexibility for small business aid program Ohio Democrat Kate Schroder wins primary to challenge Steve Chabot MORE (Ohio) and Scott PerryScott Gordon PerryPennsylvania Democrat Eugene DePasquale wins House primary Key races to watch in Tuesday’s primaries House Democrats make initial ad buys in battleground states MORE (Pa.), and state Rep. Yvette Herrell (N.M.) and Mark Harris in North Carolina.
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The conservative activist group said the money will be spent on advertising over digital, print and television platforms.
“We believe our organization is uniquely positioned to protect conservative seats in Congress and preserve the Republican majority,” Heritage Action executive director Tim Chapman said in a statement.
“This effort will enable Heritage Action to effectively leverage our grassroots and government relations efforts to fulfill our core mission — enacting conservative policy into law,” he added.
The group used its announcement Wednesday to tout the tax-cut plan President TrumpDonald John TrumpSenate advances public lands bill in late-night vote Warren, Democrats urge Trump to back down from veto threat over changing Confederate-named bases Esper orders ‘After Action Review’ of National Guard’s role in protests MORE signed into law in December, highlighting what it says are higher paychecks for families.
Republicans face an uphill battle to maintain their majority in the House this fall, facing a record number of GOP retirements — many in competitive districts — and a series of generic ballot polls that have them trailing by high single digits or low double digits.