The super PAC aligned with House Republicans is making a deep spending push into central New York’s 24th congressional district, a top battleground House seat in upstate New York.

The Congressional Leadership Fund is set to spend $800,000 against Democrat Colleen Deacon, who is challenging incumbent Rep. John Katko, a Republican first elected in 2014.

“We’re proud to support Republicans like John Katko, who is running on providing solutions-based leadership in the House. From the airwaves to the ground game, Democrats will have no place to hide from their support of the failed Obama-Clinton agenda,” said Ruth Guerra, spokeswoman for Congressional Leadership Fund. “Voters need to look no further than the Iran deal ransom and Hillary’s email scandal to know they don’t want more dishonest Democrats in Congress.”

The spending will include get-out-the-vote efforts in the 24th district as well as TV ads set to air on Oct. 11 in the Syracuse media market.

All told, the super PAC has an initial outlay of $1.4 million in New York House races, which has reliably seen closely waged contests in recent election cycles. The 24th district in central New York has traded hands between Democrats and Republicans over the last several election cycles.

The Congressional Leadership Fund also plans to spend $300,000 each in the 1st district on Long Island as well as the 19th congressional in the Hudson Valley on get-out-the-vote efforts.

In the NY-1, Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin is defending his seat against Democrat Anna Throne-Holst. In the 19th district, Republican John Faso is competing against Democrat Zephyr Teachout for a seat that’s being vacated by Republican Chris Gibson.