Conservative Super PAC buys $1 million in TV ads hitting Sen. Maggie Hassan on rising heating costs
WASHINGTON — Today, the Sentinel Action Fund (SAF), an independent conservative Super PAC and partner organization of Heritage Action for America, announced it is spending at least $1 million on a new TV ad for the New Hampshire Senate race. The new spending brings SAF’s total spending in New Hampshire to nearly $2 million across House and Senate races.
Jessica Anderson, President of Sentinel Action Fund, made the following statement:
"General Don Bolduc will be the Senator New Hampshirites need in Washington. His candidacy is clearly resonating with voters in the Granite State, and it is time for the whole of the conservative movement to come together and support his bid to unseat Senator Hassan.
Senator Hassan has spent her time in Washington voting against the interests of New Hampshire and voting for the disastrous Biden-Schumer agenda. Without fail, she has supported the radical policies and skyrocketing spending that have brought crushing inflation and high energy prices to the families of New Hampshire. As winter approaches, working families in the state are struggling to afford the soaring price of heating oil, thanks to Sen. Hassan and her Democratic allies.
New Hampshire needs a change. New Hampshire needs a political outsider. New Hampshire needs General Bolduc — he will be an independent voice fighting for the people of New Hampshire and working to reverse Biden’s disastrous economic policies in Washington. Sentinel Action Fund is proud to join him in his fight."
The TV ad will run on broadcast television in New Hampshire beginning Wednesday, November 2.
The spend was first announced exclusively in Politico.
- The Sentinel Action Fund is an independent Super PAC affiliated with Heritage Action for America, a conservative grassroots organization.
- SAF previously ran a $300,000 ad targeting Sen. Hassan’s record on gas prices in Manchester, NH in July.
- SAF previously endorsed Gen. Bolduc, Karoline Leavitt, and Robert Burns on October 4. SAF has spent $600,000 on door-knocking and voter contact in the state, canvassing 32,830 households since October 15 and continuing through election day.
- An October 27 poll from NH Journal has the Senate race tied 45-45.