(RestoreAmericanGlory.com) – With Iowa’s state caucus fast approaching on Jan. 15, many GOP presidential candidates and their PACs (political action committees) have been spending millions of dollars in advertising in the state.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and former South Carolina Nikki Haley, along with their PACs, have spent collectively over $105 million in advertising in the state in an attempt to have a strong finish to the first-in-the-nation primary election. A report on NBC noted that it is likely that at least $7.5 million more will be spent before the primary race.
DeSantis and Haley have spent the last few months trying to appear as viable alternatives to former President Donald Trump, who is currently the front-runner in the Republican presidential primary race.
However, while both DeSantis and Haley continue with their spending, entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy has stopped all of his spending on TV ads in the state.
In the meantime, SFA Fund Inc., which supports Haley’s candidacy, has spent $25 million on advertising in the state, making it one of the top advertisers in the state. The super PAC has also allocated $3.3 million to be spent on advertising in the last two weeks before the caucus.
Haley’s campaign has been focusing on Iowa and New Hampshire in an attempt to have a strong performance in both early states before having to face Trump in Florida. Currently, her campaign has spent $4.6 million and is expected to spend another $1.3 million on ads in the state.
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