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Congressional Republicans & Democratic Super PAC Ads Flow in Florida Special Election

Congressional Republicans and  a Democratic Super PAC are running competing ads in the Florida special election.  

The House Majority PAC new ad that started to run this morning, attacking lobbyist David Jolly, the Republican nominee in the 13th Congressional District special election. View Roll Call article .  

The National Republican Congressional Committee reported it paid $365,886 this morning for ads opposing Democrat Alex Sink, D-Fla. This brings the calendar year amount to $1,205,580.  

The NRCC paid $303,327 to Media Research Planning & Placement LLC; $34,990 to Targeted Victory; and $27,569 to FP1 Strategies LLC.

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