in the vicinityVideoIs Bloomberg better off to skip the primary debates as an audience?
The 2020 Democrat primary debates are dropping in the ratings, and meets with criticism about the format.
Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg, the campaign is only in the 2020 race for two weeks, and already he is spending more than the trump card and leading Democrats.
According to advertising Analytics, Bloomberg’s campaign had spent more than $57.5 million on TV advertising, more than three times the spend of the trump-Make America Great Again Committee ($19 million). The pro-Trump-Committee was followed by South Bend, Ind. Mayor Pete Buttigieg, I-Vt, to $15.6 million, and sen Bernie Sanders. to 14 million US dollars.
Bloomberg tightly drawn fellow billionaire Tom Steyer, who had spent almost $60.2 million on ads.
CNBC reported that a Bloomberg-advertising expenses included $ 6 million in national TV commercials, more than $4 million in Texas ads and $3 million focused on New York and Los Angeles.
Trump’s campaign, which already has the full support of the Republican party, with the Republican National Committee, a record amount of funds to be — to accumulate a huge war chest against whoever the democratic candidate.
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Bloomberg the 2020 election came relatively late, and must make gains in the polls, if he wants to be with the party leader.
Bloomberg investment was the any candidate ever spent in a single week in advertising, according to advertising Analytics. And according to the market research data from Bloomberg ads 19,006 time of delivery between Nov. 23 and Dec. 1.
The massive amount of expenditure is likely to be progressive attacks on the former mayor to intensify.
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Sanders has already Bloomberg accused of trying to buy “this election.” Fellow progressive Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., similar to attacked, the billionaire turned presidential candidate.
Celebrities, Sanders supporters, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-NY, appeared to be trying to accuse Bloomberg to buy “in our political system,” at a recent rally in Iowa.
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“There are people who try to buy them complete, in our political system, is running as a Republican and now throwing in their hats, since the Democrats both in the field as well,” she said.
“But what we can say here is that, in a democracy, it should not matter how much money you have. What should count is whether or not you agree, whether you caucus, whether or not you switch. There are the numbers. It is the people. it is the movement.”