On the same day the House narrowly passed a GOP healthcare bill, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee targeted 30 Republicans with a five-figure ad campaign, Axios reported.
The strategy – including against GOP lawmakers who voted against the measure – was broadly laid out in a tweet warning, "see you in 2018" after the vote, and through a warning stating, "There's a lot more to come next week," according to Axios.
The GOP lawmakers up for re-election in the midterms and targeted in the ad blitz, according to Axios, are:
Reps. Martha McSally of Arizona; Jeff Denham, David Valadao, Steve Knight, Ed Royce, Mimi Walters, Dana Rohrabacher, and Darrell Issa, all of California; Mike Coffman of Colorado; Brian Mast and Carlos Curbelo of Florida; Rod Blum of Iowa; Peter Roskam of Illionois; Kevin Yoder of Kansas; Bruce Poliquin of Maine; Erik Paulsen and Jason Lewis of Minnesota; Robert Pittenger of North Carolina; Don Bacon of Nebraska; Tom MacArthur of New Jersey; Lee Zeldin, John Faso, and Claudia Tenney of New York; David Joyce of Ohio; Ryan Costello, and Pat Meehan of Pennsylvania; Will Hurd, and Pete Sessions of Texas; and Scott Taylor, and Barbara Comstock of Virginia.
Coffman, Costello, Meehan, Hurd, and Comstock voted against the bill, according to The New York Times tally.
The ads will begin running on Facebook and Instagram, according to Axios.
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