DemDaily: The Battle on the Airwaves

August 16th 2016

The Presidential election has hit the airwaves in full force - aided in no small part by SuperPACs and outside organizations.

The Clinton campaign ran its first general election TV ads in battleground states two months ago -- once she hit the magic 2,383 -- and has subsequently spent $61 million on television advertising nationwide.

Pro-Clinton outside groups have chipped in an additional $43 million worth of advertising, for a total of $104 million.

By contrast, Donald Trump's campaign has not directly spent a dime on general election advertising - although outside orgs have spent $12.4 million total on his behalf (including $6 million total from the NRA).

The largest three HRC buys have been in battleground states, and specific cities of Denver, Colorado, Orlando, Florida, and Raleigh, North Carolina.

A sampling of what is on the airwaves:

Click to watch Clinton Campaign "Role Models" Ad

Click to watch Clinton Campaign "Family Strong" Ad

 

 

 

 

 

 

Click to watch Priorities USA "Grace" Ad

 

For more Clinton Ads check: Priorities USA's YouTube Channel.

Stay tuned to DemList for daily updates on the election -- now just 83 days away!

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