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With three weeks until Election Day, Hillary Clinton and her allies have accounted for more than 70 percent of the more than $300 million spent on TV and radio advertisements in the presidential election, according to ad-spending data from Advertising Analytics.
By itself, the Clinton campaign has spent more than $133 million over the airwaves, and pro-Clinton outside groups have chipped in an additional $94 million.
By comparison, the Trump camp has spent almost $47 million on ads, while pro-Trump outside groups have dropped an additional $36 million.
In total, that's $227 million for Team Clinton, and $83 million for Team Trump.
And in terms of booked ad buys over the next three weeks of the election, Team Clinton has reserved $35 million in airtime, versus $25 million for Team Trump.
Ad spending to date
SOURCE: Advertising Analytics