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Obama Campaign Buys Top Ad Spot On Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel's Website

BY Miranda Neubauer | Thursday, October 25 2012

The Obama campaign has bought a front large front-page ad on the website of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel today to advertise early voting, as Jonathan Weisman noted on Twitter.

The campaign has previously bought up online advertising on newspaper websites to advertise early voting in Ohio, and bought an ad on a Boston Globe homepage to target Mitt Romney on the same day as it held press conference there criticizing him.

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