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    This is where Democratic PACs are going to offer money to candidates who actively campaign on specific topics. More money will be offered for Republicans who choose to campaign on the PAC's beliefs as they are aware going against the party is tougher. Be cautions, if you make a PAC promise and go against your word, they will campaign viciously against you and throw money to your opponents. You will likely receive negative momentum as a result of flip flopping. In order to receive PAC money, you must post in this thread your PR, social media post, or house/senate hopper bill in this thread to get the donation. If you do not request a donation, none will be granted to you. Sometimes candidates do not want PAC money. Your PAC donations will be documented in another thread where candidates can see who is donating to you and how much they are donating to you. The Brady Campaign $8,000,000 to any Democrat or $25,000,000 to any Republican who campaigns on repealing PLCAA $5,000,000 to any Democrat or $15,000,000 to any Republican who campaigns on outlawing the manufacture of ghost guns and 3-D printed guns $4,000,000 to any Democrat or $12,000,000 to any Republican who campaigns on fully funding gun violence research at the CDC $4,000,000 to any Democrat or $15,000,000 to any Republican who campaigns on preventing access to assault weapons and high capacity magazines $2,000,000 to any Democrat or $20,000,000 to any Republican who campaigns on holding the ATF accountable for meaningful gun industry oversight $1,000,000 to any Democrat or $2,000,000 to any Republican who campaigns on promoting safe storage and responsible gun ownership $1,000,000 to any Democrat or $5,000,000 to any Republican who campaigns on expanding the categories of persons prohibited from purchasing guns $1,000,000 to any Democrat or $5,000,000 to any Republican who campaigns on expanding background checks to all gun sales and transfers with very narrow exceptions. banning bump stocks was removed as it has already passed. XD The Sierra Club $10,000,000 to any Democrat or $30,000,000 to any Republican who campaigns on banning disposable products (such as plastic cups, plates, and cutlery) that contain less than 50% biodegradable material $5,000,000 to any Democrat or $15,000,000 to any Republican who campaigns on banning fracking $1,000,000 to any Democrat or $5,000,000 to any Republican who campaigns on expanding clean energy investments. $1,000,000 to any Democrat or $10,000,000 to any Republican who campaigns on stopping the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline The ACLU The NAACP Common Cause More to come, but this is just an awareness of what is coming up...
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    Turn 3 - Sergei Kirov Lewinsky 1. Rally - New York - Progressives 2. Rally - New York - Progressives 3. Rally - New York - Moderates 4. Rally - Virginia - Moderates 5. Rally - Virginia - Moderates 6. Rally - Pennsylvania - Conservatives 7. Rally - Pennsylvania - Progressives 8. Rally - Pennsylvania - Progressives 9. Rally - Virginia - Conservatives 10. Rally - Virginia - Conservatives 11. Rally - Virginia - Progressives 12. Rally - Virginia - Progressives total: 12 hours, $0
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    Himes for Governor: Fundraiser (2 hours) - Texas Fundraiser (2 hours) - New Mexico Rally (1 hour) - Moderates - Colorado Rally (1 hour) - Moderates - Colorado Rally (1 hour) - Moderates - Texas Rally (1 hour) - Conservatives - Texas Rally (1 hour) - Conservatives - Texas Ad (Conservatives) (15 minutes) - North Dakota - Positive = Tier 3 for $4.5 million Ad (Moderates) (15 minutes) - North Dakota - Positive = Tier 3 for $4.5 million Ad (Conservatives) (15 minutes) - South Dakota - Positive = Tier 3 for $4.5 million Ad (Moderates) (15 minutes) - South Dakota - Positive = Tier 3 for $4.5 million Ad (Conservatives) (15 minutes) - Wyoming - Positive = Tier 3 for $4.5 million Ad (Moderates) (15 minutes) - Wyoming - Positive = Tier 3 for $4.5 million Ad (Conservatives) (15 minutes) - Montana - Positive = Tier 3 for $4.5 million Ad (Moderates) (15 minutes) - Montana - Positive = Tier 3 for $4.5 million Attribute Upgrade (15 minutes) - Wealth = $2 million Attribute Upgrade (15 minutes) - Wealth = $2 million Total Expense = $40 million
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    John Allen 2 fundraisers Upgrade wealth by 4 =$8,000,000 3 tier 3 positive ads in Washington targeting moderates $18,000,000x3= $54,000,000 3 rallies in Washington targeting moderates 3 rallies in Washington targeting conservatives
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    8 rallies for Moderates in the following 2x KS 3x TX 1x OK 1x NE
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    Paul Vang campaigning for David Spalding 2 fundraisers rally for North Dakota conservatives rally for South Dakota conservatives rally for Montana conservatives rally for Nebraska conservatives
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    Paul Vang campaigning for Chad Allegra 1. rally for Florida conservatives 2. rally for Florida conservatives 3. rally for Florida moderates 4. rally for Florida moderates 5. rally for Georgia conservatives 6. rally for Georgia moderates 7. rally for North Carolina conservatives 8. rally for North Carolina moderates
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    Paul Vang 2 tier 3 positive ads in Pennsylvania targeting moderates $30,000,000x2= $60,000,000 2 tier 3 positive ads in Ohio targeting moderates $27,000,000x2= $54,000,000 2 tier 3 positive ads in Wisconsin targeting moderates $15,000,000x2=$30,000,000 2 tier 3 positive ads in Virginia targeting moderates $19,500,000x2= $39,000,000 4 rallies in Pennsylvania (2 moderate, 2 conservative) 4 rallies in Ohio (2 moderate, 2 conservative) 2 rallies in Wisconsin (1 moderate, 1 conservative) Total ad costs= $183,000,000
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    Paul Vang campaigning for Sergey Lewinsky 1. Rally for Lewinsky - Maryland - Moderates 2. Rally for Lewinsky - Maryland - Moderates 3. Rally for Lewinsky - Maryland - Moderates 4. Rally for Lewinsky - Maryland - Conservatives 5. Rally for Lewinsky - New Jersey - Moderates 6. Rally for Lewinsky - New Jersey - Moderates 7. Rally for Lewinsky - New Jersey - Conservatives 8. Rally for Lewinsky - New Jersey - Conservatives
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    Approval Ratings Governor Jack Swanner (R): 60 / 28 / 12 -- By now everybody in your region knows who you are and what you stand for, rather it's from your actions as Governor or during your campaign to the Senate. Conservatives within your region are ecstatic with how you have done as Governor. You kept nearly all your campaign promises to them and have supported Trump on the policies that are popular within the region, particularly the border wall, conservatives support it. Your budget and the spinning of it, along with a few other actions helped you gain some of the moderates who left you when you took the firm stance on some of the more red meat issues, but overall you have won over a majority of them at the current moment. Progressives have a distaste for you in the region for the most part. There are a very very few who approve because of your increased K-12 funding among a few other things, but mostly truly dislike you for your deep red values you display openly. Overall, you represent your district exactly as it is, and it translates into a very positive approval rating. Rep. John Shultz (D-TX-22): 29 / 46 / 25 -- This is a R +10 district, and Trump won 52-44 here in 2016. So you need to be careful here, you are in a vulnerable spot. Conservatives did not like your press release touting you wanting to repeal Trump's tax cuts and sponsoring legislation you say would do just that. That has not left their mind, being a major campaign promise of the President's. Moderates are generally okay with you, you've done a few things in Congress that directly impact your district and has gained you some points here. Progressives don't really know who you are, and while they feel uneasy with having a self proclaimed moderate in the seat, they're happy you have a (D) next to your name. Overall however, a lot of folks in your district do not know who you are due to lack of press releases and them not knowing much about what you are doing. Because of that, the republicans who know you as the one who wants to repeal the Trump tax cuts (and republicans control your district) dominate the known numbers of you and hurt your approvals, and because most everybody else is either simply okayish with you or don't know you, your approvals do not reflect positively. Rep. David Spalding (R-WY-At-Large): 47 / 34 / 19 -- Conservatives like you a lot, you have demonstrated policy leanings through press releases and tweets that they support. Most of this is helped by talking points and themes during your gubernatorial campaign, as down the stretch of the congressional session real achievements were hard to come by. Moderates are split, many appreciate your depth of policy knowledge as showcased, but others don't appreciate you seemingly to be immovable from policies on the right. However, you are helped by being in a state that moderates traditionally lean right. Progressives don't like you. You haven't thrown them really any bones they like, and as a result your support with those constituents of yours are not good. Luckily, you represent Wyoming. Overall, more tangible achievements rather than just talk will help your approvals much more. You have not been in the public eye outside your gubernatorial campaign, which you have a lead. This leads to still many not knowing who you are quite yet and feeling completely comfortable with you. Remain active and continue to present results to your constituents and your approval numbers will improve since you align with your district and state well.
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    3 rallies in NY targeting progressives 3 rallies in Ma targeting progressives 1 rally in ME targeting progressives 1 rally in VA targeting progressives
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    Speaker Ward all for Macmillan 3 rallies in Florida targeting moderates 1 rally in Florida targeting progressives 1 rally in Missouri targeting moderates 1 rally in Missouri targeting progressives 1 rally in Arizona targeting moderates 1 rally in Arizona targeting progressives
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    Office of Representative Johnathon Grant Authorized for Immediate Release Johnathon Grant Holds Rally in Cedar Rapids, IA; Speaks on Various Issues CEDAR RAPIDS, IA - Representative Johnathon Grant (R-MO) hosted a Grant For Senate rally in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, today to rally support for his Senate bid. Mr. Grant talked about a few topics, including energy/environmental policy, economic policy, and Governor Erick Travere. Full transcript below: “Hello, Iowa! Oh, it is great to be back in this great state. Great to be here in Cedar Rapids, too! I got some family in Iowa City who moved up here in 2005, so I’ve grown familiar with the area. Nice to be here, and nice to see so many people here today. It is important that we engage with our government and the political system around it. I don’t have any one dedicated topic this time. I just want to address some general issues and topics. We aren’t that far from the big day, and there are a still subjects I need to speak on, right? So, first, I want to talk about where I stand on energy and environmental policy. I know many on the Left would have you believe that I am a climate change denier. Well, I am not. I do believe that climate change exists, and yes, I do believe that humans are indeed contributing to it to some degree. I don’t think that conflicts with conservative philosophy, and I don’t have any problem looking at the data our great scientists at NASA and elsewhere are gathering that shows these things. The problems I have with the Left and it’s radical environmentalism is well...it is too radical. Climate change is an issue, and there is responsible policy to be had in regards to it, but handicapping global and American economic growth, imposing burdensome regulations, and throwing people into unemployment and panic over it isn’t the right direction. I want to spur economic growth and innovation in key fields to help the whole issue. America, through free market forces, was easily the largest carbon emissions reducer in 2018, for instance, even without the Paris Climate Accord hanging over our heads. Innovation brings more efficient technologies, which cost less money and energy. I want to create and protect economic conditions conducive to that. They are helpful to the American worker and our environment. I specifically support energy investment in the nuclear field, because nuclear energy has so much potential and is really quite cleaner than other forms of renewable energy. I do support innovation in renewable fields too, don’t get me wrong, but I think our government would be much more justified in helping innovation in the nuclear sector. As Senator, I will work to create great economic conditions for innovation in the economy that will lead to a cleaner and better society for everyone without imposing government control over more aspects of people’s lives. So, Governor Travere endorsed Mr. Daniels for Senate, which I find quite telling. Governor Travere has done some alright things, right? [insert some alright things] But, he has also done some pretty severely tyrannical things, which reveals much about his character and leadership. Travere tried to suspend the First Amendment with an executive order, for instance. It was so bad even the ACLU sued him for it, and the ACLU typically leans left! He has shown his blatant disregard for and ignorance of the Second Amendment by pandering to the gun control lobbyists. He has proven either that he doesn’t understand the Constitution or that he doesn’t care for it. People all across the political spectrum should thus disregard his endorsement. We all love and enjoy our rights, and someone endorsed by a man who shows blatant disregard or even animus towards those rights is not the guardian you want for those rights. If we want the Second Amendment and the First Amendment protected strongly and clearly, Daniels is not your man. A tyrant’s endorsement in a democratic republic like ours shouldn’t be looked at fondly. As Senator from the Midwest, I promise to protect our Constitution. I will defend your right to protect yourself and your family. I will do my best to guard against infringement on freedom of speech and freedom of religion. Freedom is what matters most in America. Freedom is what matters most to me and every American. We want to be free. We want to be left alone to live our lives how we want. We don’t want big government bullying us around. We don’t want statists dictating how we spend our money, live our lives, and worship our faiths. I will defend your gun rights and your free speech rights. I will encourage better economic conditions that will spur innovation for a cleaner, better society. I know what Iowa, what the Midwest, wants. I want what you want. We want liberty. That’s what I will stand for as Senator from the Midwest, and that’s why a Constitutionally ignorant man like Governor Travere would never endorse me. God bless you, Iowa! I’d be happy to meet with some of you out back. Thank you for coming out and have a fantastic day!” Representative Grant proceeded to meet with people for the next 20 minutes before departing for Missouri, where he will hold his next rally in Columbia. Authorized by Grant for US Senate
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    2 rallies in CA targeting Moderates 2 rallies in CA targeting progressives 2 rallies in OR targeting Moderates 2 rallies in WA targeting moderates
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    Charles Talleyrand (R-LA) House Minority Whip Turn 2 All events are for Vang/Sharp 1. Rally - Ohio - Conservatives 2. Rally - Ohio - Moderates 3. Rally - Ohio - Moderates 4. Rally - Pennsylvania - Conservatives 5. Rally - Pennsylvania - Conservatives 6. Rally - Pennsylvania - Moderates 7. Rally - Virginia - Conservatives 8. Rally - Virginia - Moderates Total: 8 hours, $0
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    Hello all, today I am officially announcing my endorsement of Craig Daniels for Senate of our great region. Mr Daniels is the right person for this job plain and simple. He cares about every single citizen. He cares about those who are sick and he proves this by supporting medi choice to lower insurance premiums and create more jobs. He has shown he cares about farmers by standing against trumps harmful tarrifs that are killing our local farmers. And most importantly, in my opinion, he has stood for unions and against right to work. He knows that unions help our work force and he knows that our workers need unions to get better benefits. In short, Daniels cares about everyone, in November I will be proud to vote for him for senate if our great region and I will be proud to work with him as both of us work together for our region.
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    Macmillan's Hours Fundraiser Fundraiser Rally in Virginia with Moderates Rally in Pennsylvania with Moderates Rally in Ohio with Moderates Rally in Florida with Moderates Rally in Colorado with Moderates Rally in Missouri with Moderates Rally in Colorado with Moderates Rally in Florida with Progressives
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    2 hours - Indiana Fundraiser 2 hours - DC Fundraiser (4 hours) 1 hour - Rally in Missouri - Progressives 1 hour - Rally in Iowa - Moderates 1 hour - Rally in Wisconsin - Moderates 1 hour - Rally in Michigan - Moderates 1 hour - Rally in Ohio - Moderates 1 hour - Rally in Pennsylvania - Moderates 1 hour - Rally in Missouri - Moderates 1 hour - Rally in Pennsylvania - Progressives (8 hours) Total hours - 12 Total Spent - $0 New Warchest - $248,408,000 + Funds Raised
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    Turn 2: Charles Talleyrand (R-LA) 1. Rally for David Spalding - Texas - Moderates 2. Rally for David Spalding - Texas - Moderates 3. Rally for David Spalding - Texas - Moderates 4. Rally for David Spalding - Texas - Moderates 5. Rally for David Spalding - Texas - Conservatives 6. Rally for David Spalding - Texas - Conservatives 7. Rally for David Spalding - Texas - Conservatives 8. Rally for David Spalding - Texas - Conservatives Total: 8 hours
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    Turn 2: Charles Talleyrand (R-LA) 1. Rally for Chad Allegra - Florida - Moderates 2. Rally for Chad Allegra - Florida - Moderates 3. Rally for Chad Allegra - Florida - Conservatives 4. Rally for Chad Allegra - Florida - Conservatives 5. Rally for Chad Allegra - North Carolina - Moderates 6. Rally for Chad Allegra - North Carolina - Moderates 7. Rally for Chad Allegra - North Carolina - Conservatives 8. Rally for Chad Allegra - North Carolina - Conservatives Total: 8 hours
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    Turn 2 - Sergey Kirov Lewinsky 1. Positive Ad - Level 3 - New York - Progressives - $39,000,000 2. Positive Ad - Level 3 - New York - Moderates - $39,000,000 3. Positive Ad - Level 3 - Pennsylvania - Moderates - $30,000,000 4. Positive Ad - Level 3 - Virginia - Progressives - $19,500,000 5. Rally - Conservatives - New York 6. Rally - Conservatives - New York 7. Rally - Moderates - New York 8. Rally - Moderates - New York 9. Rally - Progressives - Pennsylvania 10. Rally - Progressives - Pennsylvania 11. Rally - Moderates - Virginia 12. Rally - Moderates - Virginia 13. Rally - Moderates - New Jersey 14. Rally - Progressives - New Jersey 15. Rally - Conservatives - New Jersey Total: 12 hours, $127,500,000
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    Today I have signed the k-12 mental health act. I am glad that today I can help lead the fight to help our children. We need to help fund efforts to fight against teen depression, suicide, and mental illness. Our children need us. This law will put this funding towards those children. I would like to send a thanks to the Midwestern Legislature for sending this bill to my desk as soon as possible.
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    Today I have introduced a bill, the Fair Election Redistricting Act or FERA, to the regional legislature that will end gerrymandering in this region for congressional seats. The bill will do this by creating a commission of Republican, Democrat, and independent people, not politicians or lobbyists, to create district boundaries. Gerrymandering has been a stain on our government for far too long and it’s time we end it in this region once and for all. Our people should be choosing our representatives not the other way around. This bill will do just that. I will be bringing it to the floor and I hope that our regional legislature will send it to my desk as soon as possible.
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    All targeting Moderates 2x Positive Tier 1 Ads in Florida 2x Negative Tier 1 Ads in Florida 2x Positive Tier 3 Ads in Colorado 2x Negative Tier 3 Ads in Colorado 2x Positive Tier 3 Ads in Nevada 2x Negative Tier 3 Ads in Nevada Rally with Moderates in Florida Rally with Progressives in Florida Rally with Moderates in North Carolina Rally with Progressives in North Carolina Rally with Moderates in Georgia Total Hours: 8 Total Spend: $152.4mn
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