ABC News' Jason Volack reports:
Ron Paul is expanding his TV advertising in early caucus and primary states.
The television ad “Conviction” that began running Friday in Iowa and New Hampshire – will now start running in Nevada on Monday.
The campaign describes the Nevada ad buy as “significant” and it’s part of one of the biggest TV advertising pushes from any of the GOP presidential hopefuls. Ron Paul finished second in Nevada’s 2008 GOP presidential caucus.
The campaign confirmed Friday – what I first reported on July 1 – that the Ron Paul presidential campaign raised $4.5 million in the second quarter of 2011. The campaign has about $4 million on hand and no debts.
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