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Clinton and her allies continue to outpace Trump in ad spending

Hillary Clinton continues to outpace Donald Trump in spending on television ads — a trend that has moved into the fall as voters begin to cast ballots. Clinton and her allies, such as the super PAC Priorities USA Action, are outspending Trump and his supporters by a 4-to-1 margin with five weeks...
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