Democrats are starting to pull their money from congressional races they once saw as winnable. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) has canceled TV ads in four hotly contested races, Politico reports
. This is yet another indication that Republicans are headed for a landslide victory.
The ads are being pulled for two freshmen, Florida Rep. Suzanne Kosmas and Ohio Rep. Steve Driehaus and for two Democrat-held open seats in conservative districts: Indiana’s 8th and Tennessee’s 8th, a Democratic insider tells Politico.
The DCCC also cut its ad spending for Arizona Rep. Harry Mitchell and Wisconsin Rep. Steve Kagen, who look like they’re going down, too.
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