Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Crossroads GPS plans $1.7 million gas price ad

Spot will run in 6 swing states

A conservative political action committee linked to Karl Rove called Crossroads GPS is spending $1.7 million to place television ads in Ohio and five other swing states.

The ad questions whether President Barack Obama is doing enough to reduce gasoline prices.

The group will spend $403,000 to run the ad on broadcast and cable television networks in Cleveland, Columbus, Toledo and Lima, starting tomorrow. The ad will also run in the battleground states of Colorado, Virginia, Iowa, Nevada and Florida.

The media buy is said to total $1.7 million.

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