- Reporter's Notebook:Big Money in Political Advertising
Although the election-s not until November, and nominating conventions won-t even be held until late in July, today-s Los Angeles Times reports that President Bush, Senator Kerry and various support groups have already spent almost $50 million on television commercials. But, says Adam Clymer, political director of the Annenberg Survey at the University of Pennsylvania, candidates are not getting much bang for their buck.
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