NBC News reports:
For presidential candidates, maintaining a steady presence in the critical early voting states can be challenging. But voters in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina see Rep. Tulsi Gabbard all the time — in the form of billboards and lawn signs.
Gabbard has spent $678,790 on billboards alone in the first three quarters of this year. No other candidate appears to have listed the medium as a campaign expenditure in filings with the Federal Election Commission. Overall, she’s spent at least $6.4 million since launching her campaign.
Rep. Gabbard banks on billboards, yard signs to get her message out. https://t.co/MnCTsc8RMT
— NBC News (@NBCNews) December 26, 2019