Who got the political spending?

Politicians spent some $4 billion trying to get elected, which comes to about $43 per vote. But who ended up with all that money? Mainly television stations and other media outlets. The Washington Post Company reported a 7% jump in revenue for the third quarter, which it credits to political advertising on its television stations, as well as its for-profit Kaplan University.

This article talks about other businesses that benefited–including pollsters, advertisers, and small town restaurants–to the point of calling the election “the midterm stimulus program.”

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  • S Bauer

    But a stimulus without taking anything from the American taxpayer (if you thinking only short-term). What I want to know is when do I get my check for $43?

  • S Bauer

    But a stimulus without taking anything from the American taxpayer (if you thinking only short-term). What I want to know is when do I get my check for $43?