New breed of super PACs emerges to target House races

House Republicans say they're getting outspent in key races across the country, in part because the major GOP-aligned super PACs are focusing their efforts on winning the Senate and the White House. Still, help could be on the way: A new breed of super PAC is targeting relatively obscure House races, where advertising is cheap, in a bid to get more bang for its bucks. "We've focused on races where our involvement could have a positive impact -- and perhaps bring other groups in," says Tyler Harber, a GOP super PAC strategist.

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