Bloomberg drops bid for president after spending record $12 million on TV blitz in Michigan

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From Crain’s Detroit Business:

“Before dropping out Wednesday, Bloomberg’s campaign had shattered presidential primary spending records in Michigan by pouring nearly $12 million into advertising on broadcast television stations, cable networks and radio stations, according to [AdImpact] tracked by the Michigan Campaign Finance Network.”

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