A Democratic political group that has run ads questioning presidential candidate Bernie Sanders’ electability—and his health—is now going after Sanders in Nevada.
The Democratic Majority for Israel PAC has purchased tens of thousands of dollars in cable and network ad time this week ahead of the Feb. 22 presidential nominating caucuses, according to documentation filed with the Federal Communications Commission. The ads are scheduled to run for a week starting on Saturday.
The precise size of DMFI’s Nevada purchase was not immediately clear; the group had not yet filed an independent expenditure report with the Federal Election Commission as of Friday morning. But FCC filings indicate the total size of the buy is more than $175,000.