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Trump to focus ads on Pennsylvania, Ohio

The campaign plans to spend almost $1 million next week in Pennsylvania and $1.2 million there in each of the next three weeks, Kantar Media's political ad tracker shows. The data show the campaign has increased its media plans for subsequent weeks by about $1 million, suggesting Trump is shifting resources rather than adding or subtracting commercials. Keep track on how much Clinton and Trump are spending on television advertising, and where they're spending it, via AP's interactive ad tracker.
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