Ben Kamisar13h ago / 3:40 PM UTCWASHINGTON — The top Republican and Democratic super PACs in the battle for the House majority have announced more than $90 million in initial television ad reservations as they draw the contours of the 2020 battleground. This week, the Democratic-aligned House Majority PAC announced $51 million in early television reservations, while the GOP-aligned Congressional Leadership Fund said it will book $43 million for its first wave. Both groups will be advertising through a variety of mediums and are expected to add more money to buys as Election Day draws closer. A woman votes in the Wisconsin primary on April 7, 2020.Alex Kormann / Star Tribune via APThe busiest market right now is Philadelphia, where CLF is booking $6.5 million to the HMP’s $6.1 million. It’s home to a handful of competitive races in 2020 in both New Jersey and Pennsylvania, including the reelection races for New Jersey Democratic Reps. Andy Kim and Tom Malinowski, New Jersey Republican Rep. Jeff Van Drew (a former Democrat), Pennsylvania Republican Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, and Pennsylvania Democratic Reps. Matt Cartwright and Susan Wild. Both sides plan to invest heavily in Minnesota as well — HMP is reserving $7.4 million in the state


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