Trump camp expands battleground ad budget by $1 million

Donald Trump’s presidential campaign has expanded its advertising budget in key battleground states by $1 million one month before Election Day, campaign spokesman Jason Miller announced on Friday. While ad spending levels in each battleground state will remain roughly the same, the campaign has begun shifting existing ad buys to alternative media markets in crucial swing states like Florida, Ohio and North Carolina, where Trump and Hillary Clinton are running neck-and-neck. We are not pulling ads out of the battleground states, that’s absolutely ridiculous, a source within the campaign told the Washington Examiner, responding to an earlier report that Trump’s team was planning to cancel hundreds of thousands of dollars in advertising in at least three battleground states.

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