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"Mr. Biden has maintained a nearly 2-to-1 advantage on the airwaves for months. His dominance is most pronounced in three critical swing states — Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin — where he spent about $53 million to Mr. Trump’s $17 million over the past month largely on ads assailing the president’s handling of the virus as well as the economy and taxes, according to data from [AdImpact], an ad tracking firm."
"So over the past two months, Biden’s campaign responded by embarking on a hiring spree in South Florida, giving more local press interviews and, in combination with outside groups, pouring $23 million into TV commercials in the Miami media market, according to data from the tracking firm [AdImpact]."
"Spending on political digital-video ads has grown more than sixfold since 2016 to an expected $1.8 billion this presidential-election cycle, according to data from advertising-technology firms Cross Screen Media and [AdImpact]. Digital video is now attracting more political-ad money than local cable-TV stations, such as regional sports networks, the data show."
"More than $1 billion has now been spent on TV ads for the 2020 presidential election in just 13 states, an NPR analysis of the latest ad spending data from the tracking firm [AdImpact] finds."
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Total combined spending for both GA Senate runoffs is currently $220M per data from @ad_impact.
Jon Ossoff has spent $41.6M in total.
Kelly Loeffler has spent $40.8M in total.
Raphael Warnock has spent $34.2M in total.
David Perdue has spent $30.1M in total.

To give a sense of how much money is being spent, the amount of television advertising booked in Georgia rose by about **$50 million** from when I was drafting this to publishing it (it's now north of $137 million per @ad_impact)

Big shout out to our friends at @ad_impact (formerly known as Advertising Analytics) for the data!

Oh and BTW, combined spending for both #GeorgiaSenateRunoff races is $121M

Thank you for all you support of Advertising Analytics. We're excited to move forward as AdImpact now that the news is out!

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🚨BTW: a combined $45M has been spent so far in the GA runoff races. #GASenateRunoff

More money is hitting Georgia for the runoff: American Crossroads has placed $3.3M so far from 11/17-11/23. #GASenate

Georgia will hold two runoff races for their Senate seats, which is expected to draw major ad buys. In the days following the Nov. 3 election, over $1M has already been spent on political ads for the runoff, according to @Ad_Analytics. @SaraJerde @Adweek: