Democratic Super PAC to spend $650,000 in Sink-Jolly race
House Majority PAC is preparing a $650,000 television campaign to back Alex Sink in her race against Republican David Jolly.
The ads are scheduled to run the weeks of Feb. 11 and 18, and are timed as mail-in ballots reach voters in Congressional District 13. House Majority PAC worked with Civis Analytics, which helped the Obama campaign target ads to voters.
The buy adds to outside money pouring into the race, on pace to be the most expensive in the history of the Pinellas County district, represented for decades by C.W. Bill Young. This morning the DCCC announced its own ad, highlighting Jolly's work as a lobbyist.