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Biden campaign spent $62 million on TV and Radio

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In the homestretch of the presidential election, the Biden campaign has ruled the paid media landscape, according to The New York Times.

On television and radio, the Biden campaign spent $62 million over the last week, while the Trump campaign only spent about $15.5 million, according to Advertising Analytics, an ad tracking firm. The advantage holds on Facebook, where the Biden campaign has spent $9.9 million over the past week, and the Trump campaign has spent $4.7 million over the same period there.
As voters streamed to early voting sites this week and absentee ballots flooded in, expectations that the election would see historically high turnout were affirmed. In Texas, a closely watched battleground, more than 9 million ballots had already been cast as of Friday — more than the total number of votes cast there in the 2016 election.
Surveys released this week continued to show a steady lead for Mr. Biden nationwide, and a powerful advantage in most major battleground states. A New York Times/Siena College survey of North Carolina gave Mr. Biden a three-percentage-point edge there, while a separate Times/Siena poll of Michigan put Mr. Biden’s lead at eight points.

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