April 09, 2012


Romney Looks for Knock Out in Pennsylvania

Mitt Romney's presidential campaign will spend $2.9 million on advertisements in Pennsylvania over the next two weeks, the Pittsburgh Tribune Review reports.

National Journal: "That's more than Romney has spent in any primary state to date, save Florida -- more than they spent in Iowa, New Hampshire, even South Carolina... That money gets them saturation-level buys in every major Pennsylvania market except one: Santorum's home base of Pittsburgh."

Update: ABC News reports Romney is pulling negative ads in Pennsylvania until Santorum's daughter is out of the hospital.










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