The ad highlights how Democrats have failed to win a single special House election in 2017.
The National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) released a new web ad titled “0 for 4” on Wednesday which highlights how the Democratic Party has not won a single House special election in 2017.
The ad follows last night’s results in South Carolina’s 5th Congressional District and Georgia’s 6th Congressional District.
Adding insult to injury is the fact that Democrats spent nearly $30 million in their attempt to get Democrat Jon Ossoff elected in Georgia, easily making it the most expensive House race in American history.
“0 for 4” starts by declaring “Democrats put it all on the line in Georgia,” which is followed by clips of political reporters and pundits stating how important Georgia’s 6th Congressional District was for Democrats given the massive investment they made in the race.
The video goes on to highlight other special elections Democrats failed to win in 2017 and closes with reporters criticizing Democrats for their strategy in Georgia.
“We congratulate the Democrats on now being 4 for 4 in moral victories,” said NRCC Communications Director Matt Gorman in a statement.
“Today, they are facing the fact that they put it all on the line in Georgia and still lost. Their explanations are useless in the wake of their voters revolting against party leadership. Despite their bullish predictions, Democrats are not any closer to winning back the House majority.”
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