Progressive challenger is outspending Rep. on television ads in the final weeks before their showdown in Tuesday’s Democratic primary.
In the last two weeks before the election, Bush booked about $184,000 in TV ads, compared with just over $118,000 from Clay, according to data obtained by HuffPost. (Clay’s spending was higher, however, in the week of July 22 to 26.)
In addition, Justice , a left-wing group backing Bush, has spent more than $146,000 on TV ads boosting her candidacy in the final week of the race.
Bush also outspent Clay on the radio: nearly $6,400 in ads, compared to Clay’s $4,000.
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