Republican-aligned Crossroads GPS has added California’s GOP-held 36th district to its target list for television advertising spending over the final weeks of the campaign.
The group is spending a total of $2.2 million on TV this week across nine districts, part of an $8.1 million investment in 11 House races that it announced last week. The addition of Rep. Mary Bono Mack’s (R-Calif.) district increases that number to 12 and is further confirmation that the Palm Springs-based district is one of the top battlegrounds in the country.
Bono Mack is being challenged by physician Raul Ruiz (D).
The group also launched new spots in Illinois’ 12th district, where retired businessman Jason Plummer (R) faces retired Maj. Gen. Bill Enyart (D), and New York’s 25th district, where Rep. Louise Slaughter (D) faces Monroe County Executive Maggie Brooks (R).
It’s also continuing the same ads it launched last week in the following districts:
Iowa’s 3rd district, where Rep. Leonard Boswell (D) faces Rep. Tom Latham (R)
Indiana’s open 2nd district, where former state Rep. Jackie Walorski (R) faces Iraq War veteran Brendan Mullen (D)
California’s new 21st district, where state Assemblyman David Valadao (R) faces Central California Hispanic Chamber of Commerce CEO John Hernandez (D)
Michigan’s 1st district, where Rep. Dan Benishek (D) faces former state Rep. Gary McDowell (D)
Nevada’s new 4th district, where businessman Danny Tarkanian (R) faces state Sen. Steven Horsford (D)
New York’s 1st district where Rep. Tim Bishop (D) faces businessman Randy Altschuler (R)