Interactive Graphic: Big Polluters' Big Ad Spending In The 2012 Elections

From ThinkProgress Tue Dec 11 2012, 13:15:18

by Noreen Nielsen and Rebecca Leber Voters this year rejected polluter-backed candidates in some of the most expensive races targeted by outside groups. In the final two months of the campaign, dirty energy allies spent more than $270 million on misleading TV ads in presidential and congressional races, and on industry ads promoting polluter interests. That tally includes [...]

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