Saturday, July 12, 2008

Dems may pour money into Susan Kosmas and Tom Feeney Race

National Democrats have reserved $1 million in Orlando television ads this fall to help defeat U.S. Rep. Tom Feeney, the third-term Republican from Oviedo who is increasingly seen as vulnerable this year.

If the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee decides to actually buy the ad time it has reserved, it would be the largest advertising expenditure for a local U.S. House race in recent memory. And just the decision to reserve the time signals that the national party has high hopes for Suzanne Kosmas, a former state legislator from New Smyrna Beach.

"It's a sign that Suzanne Kosmas is running a strong campaign," said Paul Dunn, her campaign manager.


  
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1 comment:

Kevin Connors said...

So what happens if the candidate that far exceeded expectations against Feeney with almost no money2 years ago beats Kosmas in the primary? Google Clint Curtis it may be enlightening....