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Blake Masters Has 5 Million New Reasons to Smile Ahead of November Election

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BLAKE MASTERS is getting closer and closer to reaching Mark Kelly in the polls for the Arizona Senate. To achieve his goal, he will have the modest help of $5 million for the final round of what promises to be one of the closest races of the campaign. The funding came from a super PAC that also intends to stain Nevada and New Hampshire red.

The Sentinel Action Fund, a super PAC associated with the conservative group Heritage Action for America, will help the businessman narrow the fundraising gap with his Democratic opponent. Speaking to POLITICO, Jessica Anderson, president of the Sentinel Group Action Fund, said $3.5 million will go toward television ads, while the other $1.5 million will try to increase the campaign’s reach among voters.

“We have felt a real shift with conservative voters wanting to support Masters, but seeing that the traditional GOP groups on the spending were moving in a different direction to other places in the country,” Anderson said.

Currently, the Republican is also running behind Kelly in terms of campaign financing. For example, according to AdImpact, the current lawmaker boasts $39 million in ads so far, which contrasts with Masters’ $14 million.


While Masters outperformed Mark Kelly in any poll so far, the latest poll released by Emerson College showed a clear upward trend for Peter Thiel’s personal friend. Their numbers show the former Democratic astronaut at 47%, beating the Republican’s 45% by two points.

In addition, the donation made by the aforementioned super PAC is the largest they have made in these mid-term elections. In addition, they will also contribute to Republican campaigns in Nevada and New Hampshire.

Joaquín Núñez es licenciado en comunicación periodística por la Universidad Católica Argentina. Se especializa en el escenario internacional y en la política nacional norteamericana. Confeso hincha de Racing Club de Avellaneda. Contacto: [email protected] // Joaquín Núñez has a degree in journalistic communication from the Universidad Católica Argentina. He specializes in the international scene and national American politics. Confessed fan of Racing Club of Avellaneda. Contact: [email protected]

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