Rubio Plans $7 Million Ad Blitz in Early-Voting States
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Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio is preparing to swarm the airwaves in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, and Nevada before primary voters head to the polls. The Florida senator has reserved more than $7 million worth of television ads in those states. Nearly $5 million of that money is poised to fund ads in Iowa from late November to February, when caucus-goers will kick off the nomination contest. [Full Story]
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Rubio Plans $7 Million Ad Blitz in Early-Voting States
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