The Trump Campaign has announced buying a $25 million advertisement slots in key battleground states as part of its effort to swing the pendulum in its favour amidst reports that the race to the White House has tightened.
Donald Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, himself sent an email to his supporters yesterday announcing his decision in this regard.
“With a clear path to victory, we just announced an aggressive USD 25 million final ad-buy in the 13 most winnable battleground states. Tightening polls have even forced Hillary to make her first-ever ad-buy in Wisconsin,” Trump said.
The Trump Campaign said it has strengthened its leads in six battleground states: Florida, Ohio, Iowa, Maine, North Carolina and Nevada. If this trend continues until Election Day, they can bank on 266 electoral votes, it claimed.
Meanwhile, as per a new poll, Clinton is trailing Trump by just one point in Georgia, while in New Hampshire the two are tied with 42 per cent of the votes.
Reports indicate that Clintons lead has come down in Michigan while Trump is catching her in Colorado. As per RealClearPolitics, which keeps track of all major polls, the two candidate are in a tie in Florida.