Cuomo spends $2.3M on ads
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s re-election campaign spent $2.3 million on television advertisements over the past three weeks, according to records filed with the state Board of Elections.
In its latest campaign-finance filing Friday, Cuomo’s campaign reported having $15.8 million on hand for the final 10 days before Election Day, Nov. 4. A large portion of the money went to television advertising, while another $825,000 went to Bully Pulpit Interactive, a digital advertising and marketing firm that worked on President Obama’s re-election campaign.
Another $192,340 went toward direct mail to votes’ homes.
In all, Cuomo has raised more than $40 million for his campaign since he was first elected in 2010. He reported raising $731,736 over the past three weeks.
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