- Reporter's Notebook: Presidential Campaign May Cost $1 Billion
John Kerry today launched one of the most expensive ad campaigns in political history, a $25-million TV blitz in 19 -battle ground states- to counter $50 million already spent on TV by the Bush campaign. Anthony Corrado, a campaign finance expert at the Brookings Institution, says that despite attempts to get a handle on money in politics, this year's total spending could top a billion dollars and shatter all expectations.
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