WASHINGTON, DC--(Marketwired - November 03, 2016) - Ambassador John Bolton's SuperPAC announced today that it will spend an additional $250,000 in independent expenditures (IE) to support General Joe Heck in Nevada, Senator Richard Burr in North Carolina, and Senator Kelly Ayotte in New Hampshire. This investment is in addition to the nearly $4.5 million the SuperPAC has already committed to candidates in this cycle. The IEs will go toward digital TV and online video ads that will be personality-targeted in Nevada North Carolina, and New Hampshire, and released in five different tones to reflect the target demographics.
"With Election Day just a week away and with so much at stake, I have decided to boost my SuperPAC's successful ad strategy with an additional $250,000, which will be used to keep the ads running in Nevada, North Carolina, and New Hampshire," said Ambassador John Bolton. "After eight years of President Obama's failed foreign policy, our international adversaries have gained strength and America's position has weakened. It is imperative that we have a Republican majority in the Senate to guide our next president's foreign policy towards a position of strength on the world stage. We need Joe Heck, Richard Burr, and Kelly Ayotte in the Senate because they will work with our next president to keep America safe and secure."
The Bolton SuperPAC's was the first political organization to utilize innovative psychological-based advertising tactics in the 2014 election cycle. For the 2016 elections, the Ambassador has released over 30 video ads for foreign policy-minded candidates. You can view the ads here: www.boltonsuperpac.com/video/
In addition to the Bolton SuperPAC, Ambassador Bolton's PAC has contributed $679,500 and endorsed 94 candidates, making it the most active leadership PAC this election cycle.
About John Bolton Super PAC (www.boltonsuperpac.com): The John Bolton Super PAC will aim to make America's defense and national security significant factors in federal elections through independent expenditures, campaigns, and issue-oriented education. The Super PAC will not make contributions to candidates, parties, or PACs.