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November 7, 2014 6:07 PM

Cost of TV ads for Senate, governor’s races neared $16 per vote

The spending on TV ads related to Sen. Pat Roberts’ race hit an estimated $13.2 million, or $15.62 per vote cast last week. In the governor’s race, TV ad airings topped 33,900 and an estimated $13.5 million, or $15.92 per vote cast Tuesday.

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