- Campaigns have spent almost $50 million on midterm ads running on Facebook and Google alone over the last 30 days, according to data compiled by the companies.
- The over $6.4 billion in ad spending already surpasses both the 2018 and 2020 election cycles, according to AdImpact.
- The nonpartisan research company estimates that overall ad spending will hit $9.7 billion by Election Day in November.
A separate study by the same group shows federal races up and down the ballots in Georgia, Nevada and Wisconsin have hit key issues for voters, including the environment, health care, inflation and public safety.
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