US House of Representatives District 10

Pro-Wexton or Anti-Comstock Details

Jennifer Wexton
$2,788,889 View Group
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee
$2,540,750 View Group
Independence USA PAC
$863,457 View Group

Pro-Comstock or Anti-Wexton Details

National Republican Congressional Committee
$3,636,375 View Group
Barbara Comstock
$1,718,125 View Group


Spending by Week



Pro-Wexton or Anti-Comstock

Ads
(Sponsors)
Key Markets
& Play Counts

Washington Post
(Jennifer Wexton) - First Aired 10/24/2018

Washington Yes (802)

Surprise
(Independence USA PAC) - First Aired 10/23/2018

Washington Yes (903)

Fake Ad
(Jennifer Wexton) - First Aired 10/6/2018

Washington Yes (1013)

Trumpstock
(Jennifer Wexton) - First Aired 9/29/2018

Washington Yes (1223)

Votes Most with Trump
(Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee) - First Aired 9/27/2018

Washington Yes (1086)

Percent
(Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee) - First Aired 9/12/2018

Washington Yes (803)

Rear View Mirror
(Jennifer Wexton) - First Aired 9/12/2018

Washington Yes (1007)


Pro-Comstock or Anti-Wexton

Ads
(Sponsors)
Key Markets
& Play Counts

One More
(Barbara Comstock) - First Aired 10/25/2018

Washington Yes (286)

EZ
(National Republican Congressional Committee) - First Aired 10/23/2018

Washington Yes (503)

Failed
(National Republican Congressional Committee) - First Aired 10/9/2018

Washington Yes (533)

The First One
(Barbara Comstock) - First Aired 10/8/2018

Washington Yes (456)

Don't Get Wexton'd
(National Republican Congressional Committee) - First Aired 9/25/2018

Washington Yes (528)

Protect
(Barbara Comstock) - First Aired 9/18/2018

Washington Yes (409)

ATM
(National Republican Congressional Committee) - First Aired 9/12/2018

Washington Yes (554)

The Choice Is Clear
(Barbara Comstock) - First Aired 8/24/2018

Washington Yes (285)



SOURCE: Federal Communications Commission public disclosure files required for candidates and political groups that purchase airtime on broadcast TV, compiled by Kantar Media. Included are Virginia’s four largest media markets: Washington, D.C., Hampton Roads, Richmond and Roanoke/Lynchburg.