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TV ads for N.H. primary down from ’08

By Alex Katz
Globe Correspondent / December 4, 2011
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A little more than a month before voters cast their ballots in the first-in-the-nation primary, New Hampshire’s airwaves are dramatically less inundated with campaign spots as Republican presidential candidates have scaled back their television ad expenditures here by nearly 77 percent. According to a Globe analysis of public files from WMUR-TV, GOP candidates have spent just $923,385 on television advertising, compared with more than $3.9 million at this point during the 2008 cycle.

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