Minnesota's Eighth Congressional District attracted $1.75 million in ad spending in September, landing it in fifth place in the nation.
According to a study from the
Wesleyan Media Project, the race between Republican U.S. Rep. Chip Cravaack and Democratic challenger Rick Nolan garnered 2,168 ads in the last three weeks of September.
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