Visualizing Meg Whitman's $100 Million War Chest

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California Watch, a project from the Center for Investigative Reporting, has broken down gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman's spending in a nifty graphic. Of the $99 million she reported spending by the end of June, $55 million of that was put toward TV and radio advertising, while $10 million went to 56 different consulting firms. Here's a snippet, but click through for the full, interactive version:

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Read the full story at California Watch.


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Nicole Allan is a former senior editor at The Atlantic.

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