The DCCC has abandoned far left democrat Robin Carnahan in Missouri.
Maybe it had something to do with the fact that Missourians know that her younger brother received a $107 Million Stimulus check from the Obama-Pelosi-Reid machine for his wind farm project.
Regardless, it’s over.
Hotline on Call reported:
The DSCC is moving TV ad money out of Missouri, a sign that the Senate race may be moving beyond Democrats’ grasp.
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Four Republican sources who monitor media buying and three Missouri TV stations have confirmed to Hotline On Call that the DSCC has canceled reservations from Oct. 11 to Oct. 25. The DSCC still has reservations in Missouri for the last week before Election Day.
“Yes, the weeks of Oct. 12 and Oct. 19 have been canceled for the DSCC in our station,” Sean Kellerman of WDAF, the Kansas City, MO, FOX affiliate, said.
“They have requested cancellations,” said Amy Warren of KCTV, Kansas City’s CBS affiliate.
As with all ad buy changes, it is worth keeping in mind that they are fluid and can change at any time. The DSCC could still go on the air in Missouri during this time period, but it would have to pay a higher ad rate than it first reserved.