Wisconsin 3rd CD candidate Braf Pfaff’s (D-Onalaska) campaign has less money in paid media support than he did at the beginning of the week. That’s because House Majority PAC decided to drop the $1.7 million it had reserved in ad buys for Pfaff for the final two weeks of the race. The Dem-aligned super PAC’s move leaves Pfaff with significantly less paid media spending than his Republican opponent Derrick Van Orden for the final stretch of the campaign. According to AdImpact, Van Orden and his GOP allies had $1.2 million in paid media reserved for the final two weeks of the race compared to the $260,000 that Pfaff and his Democratic backers plan to spend.
The Pfaff campaign declined to comment on House Majority PAC’s decision to pull funding.