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First Read breaks it down:

… Romney and his Super PAC allies have more than a 4-to-1 ad-spending advantage over Santorum and his allies in the pivotal state of Ohio. And overall, it’s nearly a 5-to-1 advantage.

Here are the most up-to-date numbers for ad spending in the Super Tuesday states: Ohio: pro-Romney $4 million, pro-Gingrich $739,000, pro-Santorum $950,000. Georgia: pro-Romney $1.5 million, pro-Gingrich $950,000, pro-Santorum $214,000. Tennessee: pro-Romney $1.3 million, pro-Gingrich $664,000, pro-Santorum $247,000. Oklahoma: pro-Romney $576,000, pro-Gingrich $422,000, pro-Santorum $182,000. Idaho: pro-Romney $126,000, pro-Santorum $3,000, pro-Paul $47,000. Vermont: pro-Romney $61,000, pro-Paul $55,000.

Alex Burns provides a post-Super Tuesday look at climbing Super PAC spending levels. He also captions the above mailer from Restore Our Future:

It's an all-negative piece; unlike the other Restore Our Future hits in Alabama, there's no positive sell for Romney in this one. It's just about taking down Santorum. The Clinton/felons voting theme is one that ROF has used in its TV ads as well. My Dem source quips: "To try and use Hillary Clinton as a villain is almost laughable. On the plus side, between Romney mailers and the L.L Bean catalog, the Postal Services future is looking bright."

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