According to Politico, a PAC that Trump supported has entered the 2022 midterm election ad marketplace in support of Republican Senate Candidates in Ohio and Pennsylvania.
According to the D.C. area paper, MAGA Inc. has bought more than $250,000 in advertising in Columbus and Cleveland. AdImpact also provided numbers to Politico. It noted that $135,650 of Pittsburgh-area ads had been purchased by the PAC.
Trump supported Dr. Mehmet Oz in Pennsylvania and JD Vance in Ohio during each state’s GOP primaries. Both outsiders were successful in their contest and will now be fighting Democratic opponents in the general election.
Multiple polls in Pennsylvania show that Democratic candidate Lt. The lead of Governor John Fetterman over Oz is shrinking. Emerson Polling showed that Fetterman held a lead of five points in June. However, that lead has now shrunk down to two points.
Trump called Fetterman a “spoiled and entitled socialist loser” in September. He said Fetterman lived on his parent’s money until he was 49 years.
His 13-year tenure in Braddock as mayor was a success thanks to the support of his parents. Fetterman (53 years old) was elected in 2006. He resigned in 2019. According to The Philadelphia Inquirer, Fetterman’s parents gave him $54,000 in 2015 alone. Fetterman was paid a salary of $1,800 as mayor. Fetterman, for his part, stated that Fetterman was able to serve the public because of his family’s generosity.
FiveThirtyEight in Buckeye State reports that Vance trails Representative Tim Ryan (D–OH) by two points per polling average.
Ryan has been also fundraising in recent weeks. Ryan traveled to Hollywood for high-profile campaign events, despite the House of Representatives lax proxy voting rules on COVID.
“Tim Ryan claimed that he missed work today ‘due to the ongoing public health crisis,'” JD Vance, GOP Senate candidate, tweeted Wednesday. Luke Schroeder was Luke’s Press Secretary. “He’s actually heading to California to raise hundreds upon thousands of dollars from Hollywood elites.”
MAGA Inc. reportedly holds $100 million in the bank. Some critics accuse the former president of not using it wisely.
Politico was informed by an anonymous official that this idea was rejected. He said, “We don’t telegraph advertising spends or our strategy.”