Capitol Insider | Ohio’s ‘rightward drift’ might mean fewer political ads in 2020


From The Columbus Dispatch:

Here’s the proverbial good news and bad news about your screen time in the next 17 months:

The 2020 election cycle will feature 2.5 million more ads nationwide than in 2018 — a total of 8 million. But Ohioans will see fewer ads than in recent presidential election years. That’s per projections from [AdImpact, formerly Advertising Analytics], a data firm specializing in media ad spending.

Read the full article here.

Like This Post?

There`s more where that came from.

Related Articles

Democrats Currently Hold a $137M Advantage in Future Presidential Ad Reservations

Outside Groups Pour $7.9M into Oregon’s House Primaries

Maryland and West Virginia Primary Preview