Weekly spending on TV ads by all presidential candidates in 2012

Weekly spending on TV ads for the presidential campaign by all candidates up to election day 2012

Weekly spending on TV ads by all presidential candidates in 2012 This graph shows the weekly spending on TV ads for the presidential campaign by the Republican candidates and president Obama up until November 6, 2012. During the week ending October 27, Barack Obama spent about 24 million U.S. dollars on political ads, while Romney only spent 13 million U.S. dollars.
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Weekly spending on TV ads for the presidential campaign by all candidates up to election day 2012

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Barack ObamaMitt Romney
Nov 5 to Nov 630,000,000$15,000,000$
Oct 28 to Nov 437,000,000$20,000,000$
Oct 22 to 2724,000,000$13,000,000$
Oct 15 to 2120,000,000$12,000,000$
Oct 8 to 1420,000,000$10,000,000$
Oct 1 to 725,000,000$9,000,000$
Sep 24 to 3013,000,000$6,000,000$
Sep 17 to 2316,000,000$6,000,000$
Sep 10 to 1611,000,000$5,000,000$
Sep 3 to 99,000,000$3,000,000$
Aug 27 to Sep 212,000,000$1,000,000$
Aug 20 to 2610,900,000$5,200,000$
Aug 13 to 191,100,000$2,300,000$
Aug 6 to 124,600,000$498,880$
July 30 to Aug 515,900,000$2,600,000$
July 23 to 298,500,000$3,400,000$
July 16 to 226,700,000$3,500,000$
July 9 to 156,500,000$3,200,000$
July 2 to 85,400,000$3,100,000$
June 25 to July 19,400,000$2,200,000$
June 18 to 245,900,000$2,300,000$
June 11 to 175,400,000$2,100,000$
June 4 to 104,400,000$1,500,000$
May 28 to June 34,900,000$1,400,000$
May 21 to 274,800,000$1,400,000$
May 14 to 204,600,000$405,080$
May 7 to May 133,700,000$-
April 30 to May 6790,670$50$
April 23 to 29159,670$-
April 16 to 22305,700$17,830$
April 9 to 15596,090$516,050$
April 2 to 8568,400$78,640$
March 26 to Apr 1-390,930$
March 19 to 25-315,170$
March 12 to 18-613,740$
March 5 to 11-363,820$
Feb 27 to March 48,740$870,460$
Feb 20 to 2615,330$830,060$
Feb 13 to 19-249,710$
Feb 6 to 12-15,530$
Jan 30 to Feb 5-901,190$
Jan 23 to 291,400,000$2,100,000$
Jan 16 to 22513,130$1,800,000$
Jan 9 to 15-1,400,000$
Jan 2 to 8-1,200,000$
Dec 27 to Jan 1-347,100$
Dec 19 to 26-182,420$
Dec 12 to 18-182,760$
Dec 5 to 11-184,230$
Nov 28 to Dec 4-100,200$
Nov 21 to 27-56,500$
Nov 14 to 20--
Nov 7 to 13--
Oct 31 to Nov 6--
Before October 31--
Barack ObamaMitt Romney
Nov 5 to Nov 630,000,000$15,000,000$
Oct 28 to Nov 437,000,000$20,000,000$
Oct 22 to 2724,000,000$13,000,000$
Oct 15 to 2120,000,000$12,000,000$
Oct 8 to 1420,000,000$10,000,000$
Oct 1 to 725,000,000$9,000,000$
Sep 24 to 3013,000,000$6,000,000$
Sep 17 to 2316,000,000$6,000,000$
Sep 10 to 1611,000,000$5,000,000$
Sep 3 to 99,000,000$3,000,000$
Aug 27 to Sep 212,000,000$1,000,000$
Aug 20 to 2610,900,000$5,200,000$
Aug 13 to 191,100,000$2,300,000$
Aug 6 to 124,600,000$498,880$
July 30 to Aug 515,900,000$2,600,000$
July 23 to 298,500,000$3,400,000$
July 16 to 226,700,000$3,500,000$
July 9 to 156,500,000$3,200,000$
July 2 to 85,400,000$3,100,000$
June 25 to July 19,400,000$2,200,000$
June 18 to 245,900,000$2,300,000$
June 11 to 175,400,000$2,100,000$
June 4 to 104,400,000$1,500,000$
May 28 to June 34,900,000$1,400,000$
May 21 to 274,800,000$1,400,000$
May 14 to 204,600,000$405,080$
May 7 to May 133,700,000$-
April 30 to May 6790,670$50$
April 23 to 29159,670$-
April 16 to 22305,700$17,830$
April 9 to 15596,090$516,050$
April 2 to 8568,400$78,640$
March 26 to Apr 1-390,930$
March 19 to 25-315,170$
March 12 to 18-613,740$
March 5 to 11-363,820$
Feb 27 to March 48,740$870,460$
Feb 20 to 2615,330$830,060$
Feb 13 to 19-249,710$
Feb 6 to 12-15,530$
Jan 30 to Feb 5-901,190$
Jan 23 to 291,400,000$2,100,000$
Jan 16 to 22513,130$1,800,000$
Jan 9 to 15-1,400,000$
Jan 2 to 8-1,200,000$
Dec 27 to Jan 1-347,100$
Dec 19 to 26-182,420$
Dec 12 to 18-182,760$
Dec 5 to 11-184,230$
Nov 28 to Dec 4-100,200$
Nov 21 to 27-56,500$
Nov 14 to 20--
Nov 7 to 13--
Oct 31 to Nov 6--
Before October 31--
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This graph shows the weekly spending on TV ads for the presidential campaign by the Republican candidates and president Obama up until November 6, 2012. During the week ending October 27, Barack Obama spent about 24 million U.S. dollars on political ads, while Romney only spent 13 million U.S. dollars.
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