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Romney Plans Mass TV Ad Buy Over Next Week

Wednesday, 17 Oct 2012 08:01 AM

By Martin Gould

Voters in nine key states will get a mass dose of Mitt Romney on their television screens starting Wednesday as the Republican presidential candidate unleashes a $12 million, six-day advertising blitz.

The crucial battleground states of Florida, Ohio and Virginia will get the lion’s share of the ads which will also run in Colorado, Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, North Carolina and Wisconsin, the New York Times reports.

And the onslaught will only get more frantic, with a total of $83 million to be spent by the two campaigns and the various political action committees that support them.

The Times said political advertising is so heavy that all time-slots in Nevada have now been bought up on some programs.

Two of the top five “saturated TV markets” from election advertising are in Nevada, two in Ohio and one in Colorado, the Times reported. In order, they are Las Vegas, Cleveland, Denver, Reno, and Columbus.





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