In addition to the spending on door-to-door targeting and digital ads, the group is also spending $15,000 on local TV ads with RRTV media based in Ohio.
A conservative group with the single aim of unseating Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez spent $32,000 on Monday to convince New York City voters that she doesn’t represent their interests.
The Stop AOC PAC, started in March by Virginia lawyer Dan Backer, plans to file its expenditure report Wednesday.
A draft obtained by The Post shows two $5,000 payments to Becki Donatelli, a Virginia-based digital fundraising strategist who consulted on John McCain’s two presidential runs.
There’s also $7,000 going to a Florida company called Mobilize the Message that will hire a two-person team to go door-to-door in Ocasio-Cortez’s Bronx and Queens district next week to deliver thousands of flyers criticizing her for undermining the Amazon deal, costing the city 25,000 jobs.