‘Throwing in the towel with Blake Masters already?’ Major Republican super PAC bails on Trump’s Senate pick in Arizona

By Niko Mann According to a report by Politico on Friday, the primary super PAC for Senate Republicans is canceling close to $8 million in ads in Arizona, a move

that indicates the GOP could be cooling on its support for Senate nominee Blake Masters. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell's (R-KY) super PAC, the Senate Leadership

Fund, is getting rid of $8 million worth of ads that were to begin airing in the fall. The amount is reportedly approximately half of what the fund had originally planned to spend

in Arizona for the November primaries. "News: GOP super PAC SLF canceling $8m in ad buys in Arizona Senate race, about half its reservations. Will raise questions about GOP

view of Blake Masters. Group also cutting two weeks of ads for Murkowski; they think she’s in good shape." Masters is running against Sen. Mark Kelly (D-AZ) and according

to Politico, Republicans believe that protecting Senate seats in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Ohio, as well as flipping Georgia and Nevada, is more important than flipping

Arizona. IN OTHER NEWS: Former US Attorney explains why he's much more interested in the memo that's attached to the Mar-a-Lago affidavit The super PAC said it has

plans to reallocate the money elsewhere but isn't giving up on Arizona. Senate Leadership Fund President Steven Law said the PAC is "leaving the door wide open" in the state.