(Bloomberg) – The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is inspiring an explosion in early television advertising before November’s congressional elections, with close to half the commercials attacking the measure.
More than 66,000 ads in U.S. House and Senate races aired through March 9, more than triple what candidates and allied groups aired during a comparable period four years ago, according to New York-based Kantar Media’s CMAG, which tracks advertising.
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