ICYMI: New Spanish & English NVSEN Ads On Cortez Masto’s Soft-On-Crime Record


Washington, D.C. – In case you missed it, NBC’s Natasha Korecki and Marc Caputo published an exclusive report on the new Club for Growth Action Spanish and English ads in the Nevada Senate race. The ads highlight Cortez Masto’s soft-on-crime record.

“Nevada has the most important Senate race in the country, and Club for Growth Action is announcing new Spanish and English ads highlighting Cortez Masto’s soft-on-crime policies. This more than $2 million campaign represent the single largest investment in Hispanic media in the race by any Republican group, and it’s part of Club for Growth Action’s 8-figure independent expenditure effort for Laxalt. While Democrats have long taken the Hispanic vote for granted, it’s important to reach this audience and let them know where the candidates stand on the issues that matter like crime, inflation, and the economy.” – David McIntosh President, Club for Growth Action

Club for Growth Action will spend $10 million on NVSEN general election, and the group is spending more than $2 million on just Spanish language ads statewide on broadcast, radio, digital, and mail.

Excerpts From The NBC Story:

Cortez Masto to face $2M in Spanish language attack ads in home stretch of tight Nevada Senate race, NBC News

The first Latina elected to the U.S. Senate will face a barrage of negative ads on Spanish language TV and radio in Nevada as an outside group prepares to spend nearly $2 million on efforts to back her Republican challenger — a sizable investment in what’s expected to be the most influential electorate in November.

In spending plans first shared with NBC News, the conservative super PAC Club for Growth Action said it will paint Democratic Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto as soft-on-crime while boosting Republican Adam Laxalt in what’s become one of the tightest Senate races in the nation.

Club for Growth [Action] expects to spend $10 million in Nevada in the general election — including the Spanish-language ads — more than the group has spent in any other battleground state, a spokesman said.

Latinos are expected to make up 20 percent of the voters who head to the polls on Nov. 8. NBC News reported Sunday that Democrats are seeing signs that Latinos will skip this year’s election, which could end up tilting the race in favor of Republican candidates.