Conservative Super PAC pledges $5 million to support Blake Masters in Arizona

A conservative super PAC has announced it is committing $5 million to ads and voter education efforts to support Arizona Republican Blake Masters in his U.S. Senate bid against Sen. Mark Kelly (D-AZ) .

Politics Natalie Allison announced for the first time Monday morning that the Sentinel Action Fund, which is in partnership with the organization Heritage Action for America, would inject $5 million into the race.

“The effort will spend $3.5 million on television ads and $1.5 million on voter education through a state-of-the-art ground game,” said a press release from the Sentinel Action Fund. Allison noted that the group aims to contact 750,000 Arizonans during outreach efforts.

Jessica Anderson — who is super PAC chair and executive director of Heritage Action for America — released a statement about the financial pledge in the press release.

“Blake Masters will always put America first and never stop fighting for the people of Arizona,” Anderson said. “We are thrilled to endorse his candidacy and announce a new commitment of $5 million to help fight the radical left agenda embodied by Senator Mark Kelly.”

Senator Mark Kelly (D-AZ) in Washington, DC on October 19, 2021. (MANDEL NGAN/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

She added that Masters “understands the terrible threat that the current liberal regime poses to American families” and that “Kelly represents all is not right with today’s Democratic Party’s America Last agenda.

“He’s soft on China, absent at the border, low on crime, and refuses to protect paychecks or cut taxes,” Anderson continued. “Worse, he refused to stand up to Biden’s campaign of economic ruin, open borders and abortion on demand.”

“Arizona is the center of America’s soul struggle,” she said. “It’s time for every corner of the conservative coalition to deploy all their resources to win the Senate and show up to support our conservative candidates like Blake Masters.”

The support comes as the Senate Leadership Fund — which is run by former Sen. Mitch McConnell’s (R-KY) chief of staff, Steven Law — recently spent $18 million on hotly contested U.S. Senate races, but has not committed funds to help Masters, who is backed by former President Donald Trump and is neck and neck with his opponent, according to the latest poll.


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