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Report: Ad spending in NC governor's race nearing $20M

Nearly 60 percent of the more than 34,000 spots in the post-primary election season have come from Cooper or from independent political groups backing the attorney general, according to the center, which analyzed advertising data from Kantar Media/CMAG, a media tracking firm. Since the primary and running through campaigning earlier this week, Cooper had aired more than 13,800 spots estimated at $7.
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