By: Jeff Singer
MO-Sen: On Monday, the DSCC announced that they would spend $1 million here, making them the first major Democratic group to start spending in this race. Now, End Citizens United is joining them, and they’ve launched a $770,000 buy that will last until Sept. 27. Their spot contrasts Democrat Jason Kander’s decision to enlist in the military after 9/11 with Republican Sen. Roy Blunt’s posh DC life. The Senate Leadership Fund, which reserved $2.5 million in Missouri months ago, has two spots (here and here). Both ads argue that Kander is pretending not to be a liberal.