The election is two weeks away and the Democratic ads have flooded the airways in the state for the special US Senate election….
The polling shows a tight race in the Red state that shoul;d have GOper Moore way ahead…
Doug Jones and Roy Moore both released new television ads on Monday. But many Alabama voters will see only one of them.
That’s because of the massive disparity in TV ad spending between the two candidates in the Alabama special election to a Senate seat, where Jones, the Democratic candidate, is outspending Moore roughly 7-to-1.
The imbalance is stunning, with just two weeks to go in the campaign: Jones has aired more than 10,000 spots on broadcast TV in Alabama since the primaries, while Moore, the embattled GOP candidate, has run just over 1,000, according to figures compiled by Advertising Analytics.
“I saw probably 40 to 50 Doug Jones ads, and I saw one Roy Moore ad” over the Thanksgiving break, said Daniel Deriso, an aide to Democratic Birmingham Mayor-elect Randall Woodfin….