With less than two weeks left before the midterm elections, momentum is clearly with Republicans in the race for both the House and Senate. And that’s in large part due to a big bet the party made that crime would be a central issue for the public this fall.
Over the first three weeks of October, GOP candidates and committees spent $64.5 million on ads focused on crime – nearly one-quarter of all the money they spent on ads over that period, according to a CNN analysis of AdImpact data. Many of those ads accused Democrats of supporting the ending of cash bail or efforts to defund
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