Green group targets six home runs in $2m ad campaign
Corrected 4:30 p.m. | As Democrats seek to promote their climate plan to voters, national environmental advocacy group LCV Victory Fund is launching its first investment in the 2022 cycle home races in six battleground districts.
The $2 million television ad campaign aims to highlight the votes of vulnerable Democrats for the climate, health care and tax bill that President Joe Biden signed into law this month and attack the environmental records of their Republican opponents.
“Environmental champions in the House just voted to cut costs for families, create millions of jobs and take the strongest climate action in US history – we must protect these vulnerable Democratic members. at all costs,” said Megan Jacobs, the group’s national manager. campaign manager.
The ads will target Republican Yvette Herrell of New Mexico and Democrats Mike Levin of California, Jahana Hayes of Connecticut, Sharice Davids of Kansas, Susan Wild of Pennsylvania and Kim Schrier of Washington. All are in races ranked Toss-up by Inside Elections with Nathan L. Gonzales, except for Levin and Hayes, whose races are ranked Likely Democratic.
Ads in California and Washington will run in conjunction with EDF Action Votes. EDF Action Votes is affiliated with the Environmental Defense Fund, just as the LCV Victory Fund is affiliated with the League of Conservation Voters.