US House of Representatives District 2

October 1 - October 7

Pro-Luria or Anti-Taylor Details

Elaine Luria
$117,993 View Group
House Majority PAC
$100,610 View Group
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee
$90,018 View Group

Pro-Taylor or Anti-Luria Details

National Republican Congressional Committee
$161,490 View Group
Scott Taylor
$106,958 View Group




Pro-Luria or Anti-Taylor

Ads
(Sponsors)
Key Markets
& Play Counts

The File
(Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee) - First Aired 10/4/2018

Hampton Roads Yes (109)

Making it Worse
(House Majority PAC) - First Aired 10/2/2018

Hampton Roads Yes (192)

Building
(Elaine Luria) - First Aired 10/2/2018

Hampton Roads Yes (269)

True Leader
(Elaine Luria) - First Aired 9/24/2018

Hampton Roads Yes (367)

Overwatch
(Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee) - First Aired 9/22/2018

Hampton Roads Yes (108)

What It Means
(House Majority PAC) - First Aired 9/18/2018

Hampton Roads Yes (86)


Pro-Taylor or Anti-Luria

Ads
(Sponsors)
Key Markets
& Play Counts

Chesapeake Bay Clean-Up
(Scott Taylor) - First Aired 10/3/2018

Hampton Roads Yes (258)

Dangerous
(National Republican Congressional Committee) - First Aired 10/2/2018

Hampton Roads Yes (269)

A Better Choice
(Scott Taylor) - First Aired 9/28/2018

Hampton Roads Yes (60)

Reasonable and Moderate
(Scott Taylor) - First Aired 9/28/2018

Hampton Roads Yes (64)

Lurking
(National Republican Congressional Committee) - First Aired 9/25/2018

Hampton Roads Yes (79)



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.