JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- One billion dollars. That's the expected price tag for the campaigns to spend on political television ads.
But is it worth it? Here's what some of you had to say:
"They're spending way too much money saying nothing."
"It's a waste of time, really for me, because it doesn't help me make a decision."
"That money can be spent on much better things than ads on TV."
The cost puts the election on track to be the most expensive in modern U.S. history. But some voters believe the ads cans be effective.
"It's probably the quickest way to get a word out and show each candidate in the true light that each should be perceived."
But other voters say the political push is too much -- and it's doing more harm than good. Here's more of what you had to say:
"I don't really know what to believe. If it's just them twisting words and twisting data to make it seem good. So I don't even know if I'm going to vote anymore because it's like, whatever happens, happens!"
"Enough is enough, we've been bombarded. I'm ready for it to be over."
"It's too much. And the closer we get to the election, there are more and more and more, and it makes you feel like, let me go vote now and get it over with.'"
First Coast News