Here comes the calvary!
The D-Trip is putting another 21.5 million dollars into independent expenditures across the country, and a pair of races in the upper left are among the beneficiaries.
In the 2nd District, they're more than doubling their investment in Rick Larsen, adding $344,383 to bring the total DCCC spending in the district to $605,930. According to recent polling, Larsen seems to have consolidated the majority that he split with challengers from the left in the primary, and these dollars will help seal the deal in the 2nd.
Down in the southwest upper left, Denny Heck, the Democratic nominee for the open seat in WA-03, will benefit from another $562,384 investment from the Party. That brings the total D-Trip spending in the 3rd to $1,728,123. It's a tough race, open seats in swing districts always are, but Denny's a candidate who deserves the support.
Hat tip to the Swing State Project.