The Democrats have a new election strategy, one that uses their power in Congress and the White House to keep the White Senate seat in the hands of a blue wave Republican, who has a better chance of winning the next presidential election.
The Democratic Party has put together a $1 billion advertising campaign targeting the GOP’s vulnerable Senate candidates.
“The blue wave has arrived,” Democratic strategist Robby Mook said.
“They have a way of winning elections in 2018 and 2020 that is not easily seen.”
Democrats also have the advantage of an experienced, and very expensive, team of consultants and election consultants.
They are also spending heavily on messaging, including a massive online ad blitz that has been running for the past week, highlighting key points from Republican ads, including one that attacks the Democratic nominee.
That attack is also being used to try to undermine the strength of Democratic incumbents, like Democratic Sens.
Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren, and their challengers.
“Republicans are doing this to try and destroy Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobe,” Mook told reporters on Wednesday.
“It’s really going to be an uphill battle.”
Democrats say they plan to spend $1.3 billion on TV ads, with $300 million of that going to ads in battleground states, including Ohio, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Nevada.
They also are trying to get the public to buy television ads in a number of key states, targeting Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin in West Virginia, Michigan and Nevada, as well as Sens.
Joe Donnelly and Heidi Heitkamp in Iowa and Alaska.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has spent a lot of time talking about blue waves and the need for change, but the Blue wave is also seen as a sign that the country is moving in the right direction.
“I don’t think there is anything more important to me than the Blue House,” Biden said during the Democratic convention in Philadelphia on Tuesday.
Democrats have spent millions of dollars in ads on the Republican side to try their best to discredit the Republicans, including the controversial attack ads that ran in Iowa on Tuesday night that called the party establishment “elitist” and accused them of being “bigotry.” “
As president, I want to make sure that America keeps moving forward.”
Democrats have spent millions of dollars in ads on the Republican side to try their best to discredit the Republicans, including the controversial attack ads that ran in Iowa on Tuesday night that called the party establishment “elitist” and accused them of being “bigotry.”
“This is a real danger to our country,” said Democratic Senate candidate Joe Donnore in a television ad.
“This could end up as the first blue wave of a lifetime.”
Democrats are hoping that the Blue waves will be the beginning of the end for the Republican Party.
“We’re going to continue to be the dominant party,” said Mook.
Democrats are spending a lot on TV advertising on the GOP side to attempt to discredit Republicans, from the controversial ad that ran on Tuesday in Iowa to the attack ads on Manchin and Donnore. “
If you can’t win, you won’t be able to govern.”
Democrats are spending a lot on TV advertising on the GOP side to attempt to discredit Republicans, from the controversial ad that ran on Tuesday in Iowa to the attack ads on Manchin and Donnore.
Democrats also are spending heavily in the battleground states of Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Nevada to try, as much as possible, to downplay the impact of the blue wave on their candidates.
Republicans are also using a new strategy: the “blue wave” is seen as an attempt to undercut the strength and authority of Democrats, including in West Va., where Democrat Joe Manchin has won three of the last four elections.
“I’m worried about the future of the country,” Donnore told reporters in Westva on Wednesday, adding that he has already begun to “rethink” his campaign strategy.
Donnore’s campaign says it has not decided what strategy will work best in the West Virginia race, which is still in its early stages.
But Mook thinks that the strategy is likely to be to focus on highlighting the Democratic incumbencies and challenging them, as the Republicans have done in Iowa.
It also is a strategy that will put Democrats in the driver’s seat in other states in 2018, especially in red states like Virginia, where Republicans are trying desperately to hold on to the Senate seat held by Republican Mark Warner.