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Obama Campaign Spent $1 Million On Google

Raises $45 million online

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Barack Obama again spent more in online advertising than Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, according to the candidate’s new filings with the Federal Election Commission.

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The Obama campaign poured more than $1 million into Google in February compared with only $67,000 by Clinton during February. The $1 million paid to Google was more than six times the campaign’s entire online ad spend for January.

The Obama campaign also outspent the Clinton campaign on Web portals and social networking sites. The Obama campaign spent $4,900 on Facebook, $99,341 on Yahoo and an additional $58,000 on Yahoo Search Marketing. By contrast, Clinton spent just $9,186 with Yahoo.

The Obama campaign also spent $93,162 on Internet political consultants Blue State Digital.

For the month of February the Clinton campaign raised $30 million online and $35 million overall. In January the campaign raised just $14 million forcing Clinton to lend her campaign $5 million.

In February the Obama campaign brought in $45 million in online donations and an overall total of $55 million.
 

Obama Campaign Spent $1 Million On Google
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