By Eric Holmberg | PublicSource | Oct. 14, 2014
Less than a month before the election, Republican Gov. Tom Corbett and his challenger, Democrat Tom Wolf, have raised and spent enough money to put the governor’s race on track to be the most expensive in state history.
Dollars in the ad race
Here are the totals spent on TV ads by the PA gubernatorial candidates. Check back for weekly updates.
Numbers are frequently revised to reflect actual money spent on ads that run, as opposed to the cost of ads initially ordered.
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