Funds are being reallocated to adverts in states the president needs to secure his second term.
Donald Trump’s re-election campaign has pulled television and radio advertising in key midwest states, shifting focus on the Sun Belt swing states in the weeks leading up to the Nov. 3 election.
Trump has curbed a planned $17 million in ad time in Ohio, Iowa and New Hampshire, according to media-tracking company Advertising Analytics, per Newsweek. He also cut $11 million in ad buys in Nevada, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan.
Funds are reportedly being reallocated to adverts in states Trump needs to secure his second term. His campaign has pumped $18 million into TV and radio ads in Florida, Georgia, Nevada and Arizona, where Biden is leading in the polls.
The former vice president continues to dominate the airwaves via his $36 million in TV and radio spots, Advertising Analytics revealed.
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