Democrat Doug Jones has already spent $5.6 million on radio and television ads.
Roy Moore- Just $600K
Outside groups supporting Jones are also spending substantially more than those backing Roy Moore.
ASHINGTON — Democrat Doug Jones is outspending embattled Republican Roy Moore by nearly 10 to one in Alabama’s closely watched Senate race, but his message on the airwaves over the past three weeks hasn’t completely focused on the sexual misconduct scandal that has enveloped Moore.
According to the ad-tracking group Advertising Analytics LLC, Jones’ campaign has shoveled $5.6 million into television and radio ads during the general election, compared to about $600,000 by Moore’s team. That 10-to-1 advantage for Jones is almost unchanged from two weeks ago.
The outside group Highway 31 has contributed another $512,000 to pro-Jones ads during the general election, while Proven Conservative PAC has backed Moore with about $40,000 in TV spending.
But while media coverage of the race has been almost entirely focused on Moore’s alleged pursuit of underage girls decades ago, the narrative from both campaigns over the airwaves has been more mixed
The latest poll from Emerson has Roy Moore leading by +6
The Alabama Special Election is on December 12th