In the 2022 midterm elections, only four other super PACs exceeded the $24.7 million that VoteVets spent on Democratic candidates: the main House and Senate super PACs, the League of Conservation Voters and EMILYs List, which backs Democratic women who support abortion rights.
VoteVets had $11 million in cash at the end of 2023, according to its filing with the Federal Election Commission.
The group will spend money to back incumbent Senate Democrats in Montana, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Ohio, along with Representatives Ruben Gallego of Arizona and Elissa Slotkin of Michigan, who are seeking a promotion to the Senate. VoteVets also will back Representative Andy Kim of New Jersey, who is in a hard-fought primary campaign to succeed the embattled and indicted Senator Robert Menendez.
VoteVets also will back Democratic House candidates who are veterans, have national security backgrounds or are in the most competitive districts, Mr. Soltz said.
Mr. Soltz said VoteVets intended to conduct focus group research and polling of its network of families of veterans and active-duty service members. It will also run targeted mail and digital advertising campaigns, as well as TV and radio ads aimed at rural markets that have larger concentrations of veterans.