Trump Spending $984K in PA For First General Election TV Ad Buy

Donald TrumpDonald Trump’s first general election ads are finally set to hit the airwaves.

According to Mark Murray of NBC News, the total buy is $4 million from August 19th to 29th. As previously mentioned, PA is one of the four targeted states along with Florida, Ohio and North Carolina.

$984,000 is set aside for Pennsylvania.

$530K will go to the Philadelphia market, while $211,000 each is for the Harrisburg and Pittsburgh areas. An additional $32,000 is for satellite TV.

Murray also stated these numbers might go up as a result of a cable buy.

The Clinton campaign has been airing commercials in the commonwealth for a month and just unveiled their latest.

11 Responses

  1. Not me @11:35. It’s my owned groupie troll dealing with yet another loss. Can’t even use his disgraced name.

  2. Incredible. One would think it more prudent to go full court press on the western half of the state instead of trying to make inroads in the Philly market.

  3. Smart move. Dense, fertile ground of non-Trump voters. Only needs to pick up and move from one column to another at the margins since the rest of the state is locked up.

  4. It would be more helpful to Trump’s campaign if he set the money on fire an invited the media to film it burning.

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