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Paper: $1.9 Million Spent on TV Ads in Wisconsin Budget Battle

AFL-CIO Biggest Spender With $900,000

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According to the Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel, "Wisconsin's budget battle has sparked a burgeoning ad war, with roughly $1.9 million spent on broadcast TV as of Monday." Citing figures from CMAG, the paper reports that "opponents of Gov. Walker's plan had spent an estimated $1,031,500 statewide, while supporters of his plan had spent an estimated $831,000." Read the whole story here.
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