Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton stepped up her presence in several traditionally red states, but the biggest investment was in the state of Arizona, according to an AP report published Tuesday.
Clinton plans to spend $2 million for ads in Arizona, with an additional $1 million going to fund ads in Missouri and Indiana. Clinton also plans to purchase smaller ad buys in Texas, as well as Utah, according to the Associated Press.
Trump continues a massive ad campaign targeting seven battleground states since the first presidential debate with a $2 million buy in Virginia.
After Virginia for Trump chairman Corey Stewart attended a protest on the steps of the RNC, Trump fired Stewart and disbanded his staff in Virginia, adding that the swing state was never in his final victory plans.
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