The Democratic National Committee renewed its television ad buy in North Carolina, as Dome reported earlier today, with a fresh plug of the American Jobs Act. And if the previous ad campaign is any indication, TV viewers will see it often.
Based on figures provided to Dome, the DNC spent $461,535 to run TV spots in the Raleigh and Charlotte markets in the two weeks after his address to a joint session of Congress. From Sept. 13 to Sunday, the DNC spent about $200,000 on Raleigh broadcast and cable and $260,000 in the Charlotte market.
A DNC spokesman refused to comment on the figures.