The RNC is going to spend $25 Million dollars on T.V ads in Battleground states leading up to election day.

Fox News:

The Republican National Committee will spend $25 million on television ads in a battleground state advertising blitz beginning Tuesday and running for the final two weeks before Election Day, Fox News has learned.

The RNC on Tuesday will launch television ads in a number of key states, including Arizona, Iowa, Michigan, North Carolina and Wisconsin.

The buy comes on the heels of the RNC committing to spend $60 million on digital efforts to get out the vote in the final stretch of the campaign.

An RNC official told Fox News that roughly $14 million of the $25 million total will be spent on advertising targeted to seniors, with a focus on protecting Medicare.

“Joe Biden’s health care plan would be an inevitable step toward single-payer health care, leading to higher taxes, less quality of care, and a complete upheaval of our health care system,” RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel told Fox News.

This gives us more evidence of where the RNC thinks that President Trump is underperforming. Forget the polls. Forget the narratives. Take a look at where both campaigns are sending money and then we know what they are nervous about.

It seems the RNC is nervous about President Trump’s support among our senior citizens which hopefully these ads help with.

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