Trump Includes PA in Largest TV Ad Buy Yet (VIDEO)
The Trump campaign announced today that it is launching its most expensive ad buy to date.
Specifically, it will be a commercial entitled “Two Americas: Economy.” It goes after Hillary Clinton’s economic plan saying that, “the middle class gets crushed” and her plans are “more of the same, but worse.”
Instead in “Donald Trump’s America, working families get tax relief” the thirty-second spot declares. It adds that, “wages go up” and “small businesses thrive” with Trump’s plans. It closes by saying these changes will make “America great again.”
Before this specific ad buy, the Trump campaign was only airing ads in Pennsylvania, Ohio, North Carolina, and Florida. This ad will play in those states as well as New Hampshire, Iowa, Nevada, Virginia and Colorado.
Despite this newest buy, Trump will still be playing catch-up in terms of the air waves. Clinton has been outspending Trump $68 million to only $4 million.
Also, Trump will be playing catch-up in the polls of those states as well. As of this writing, Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight polls-only forecast has Clinton up in every state mentioned with at least a 62% chance of winning that state.
Silver currently gives Clinton a 78.3% chance of winning Pennsylvania.