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Ad War Update: Super PAC Tuesday

Bloomberg reports that Super PACs are responsible for a whopping 91% of campaign ads in Alabama and Mississippi. Zeke Miller charts TV spending in those states: He also charts total ad spending in the primaries thus far. Meanwhile, Santorum is...
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