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DCCC IE Makes First Round Of 2022 Cycle TV Reservations, $21.4 Million To Prioritize Crowded Markets

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee’s independent expenditure (IE) has reserved $21.4 million in broadcast TV ad reservations, marking its first reservation of the 2022 cycle. This reservation prioritizes securing space in crowded and expensive media markets across the House battlefield.

“DCCC is taking early action to ensure House Democrats have the most effective tools available to reach our voters,” said Tim Persico, DCCC Executive Director. “We’re going to be sure that the American people know that House Democrats’ Majority is the only thing that will stop extremist MAGA Republicans’ mission to criminalize abortion and gain power for themselves.”

As with previous election cycles, DCCC IE may make additional reservations and changes to reservations as the cycle continues.

DCCC IE broadcast reservations by media market are listed below:

  • Albany, GA: $230,000

  • Bangor: $640,000

  • Boston: $1.25 million

  • Columbus, GA: $660,000

  • Las Vegas: $7.7 million (including $1.3 million in Spanish language)

  • Macon: $900,000

  • Minneapolis: $2 million

  • Philadelphia: $1.6 million

  • Phoenix: $2.6 million

  • Pittsburgh: $1.4 million

  • Portland, ME: $1.1 million

  • Presque Isle: $140,000

  • Wilkes Barre/Scranton:$1.25 million


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