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State by state: Who spent on what
Published October 22, 2012
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Two charts help tell the story for presidential television ad spending on sports in the top-50 markets in nine contested states. For each state, the chart on the left shows the percentage of total sports ad spending since Aug. 1 by the campaigns and their PACs. The chart on the right shows the percentage split among major sports by the combined campaigns and PACs.