US House of Representatives District 7

October 1 - October 7

Pro-Spanberger or Anti-Brat Details

Abigail Spanberger
$198,612 View Group
League of Conservation Voters
$105,918 View Group
House Majority PAC
$104,198 View Group

Pro-Brat or Anti-Spanberger Details

Congressional Leadership Fund
$185,352 View Group
House Freedom Fund
$122,826 View Group
Dave Brat
$84,995 View Group




Pro-Spanberger or Anti-Brat

Ads
(Sponsors)
Key Markets
& Play Counts

What It Takes
(Abigail Spanberger) - First Aired 10/2/2018

Richmond Yes (134)
Washington No

Stands with Them
(League of Conservation Voters) - First Aired 10/2/2018

Richmond Yes (112)
Washington No

Thinking
(House Majority PAC) - First Aired 10/2/2018

Richmond Yes (102)
Washington No

Jody Cametas
(Abigail Spanberger) - First Aired 9/28/2018

Richmond Yes (303)
Washington No

Stood Up
(Abigail Spanberger) - First Aired 9/25/2018

Richmond Yes (202)
Washington No

Training
(Abigail Spanberger) - First Aired 9/20/2018

Richmond Yes (54)
Washington No

Work For Us
(House Majority PAC) - First Aired 9/15/2018

Richmond Yes (39)
Washington No


Pro-Brat or Anti-Spanberger

Ads
(Sponsors)
Key Markets
& Play Counts

Susan Beals
(Congressional Leadership Fund) - First Aired 10/5/2018

Richmond Yes (33)
Washington No

Lane Carr
(Congressional Leadership Fund) - First Aired 10/5/2018

Richmond Yes (29)
Washington No

As Radical As It Gets
(House Freedom Fund) - First Aired 10/2/2018

Richmond Yes (157)
Washington No

Radical Policies
(Congressional Leadership Fund) - First Aired 9/27/2018

Richmond Yes (228)
Washington No

Puppies
(Dave Brat) - First Aired 9/25/2018

Richmond Yes (63)
Washington No

Delivering for Virginia Families
(Dave Brat) - First Aired 9/24/2018

Richmond Yes (61)
Washington No

Nothing
(Dave Brat) - First Aired 9/17/2018

Richmond Yes (122)
Washington No



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.