With tens of millions, Ron DeSantis’s campaign is dominating the airwaves in race for governor

Gov. Ron DeSantis, Aug. 30, 2022, in North Florida’s Live Oak, FL, in Suwannee County. Credit: Governor DeSantis’ Facebook.

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With Hurricane Ian bearing down on Florida, political advertising may slow down in the coming days. That would put a pause on what has so far been an overwhelming advantage in TV this month for Gov. Ron DeSantis over Charlie Crist in the race for Florida governor.

Between Sept. 5-18, 2022, there were more than 13,000 broadcasts touting DeSantis’ candidacy for reelection, vs. just 881 ads with a pro-Crist message. That’s a 15-1 discrepancy, according to a

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