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Hillary Clinton Campaigns In Phoenix One Day Before Arizona Primary
Hillary Clinton in Arizona.
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Sick of seeing all of those campaign ads? Just be happy you don't live in Orlando.

According to NPR's Planet Money, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will spend most of her TV ad money in Florida, Nevada, and Ohio, while Republican nominee Donald Trump is spending most of his dollars in Colordo, Florida, and Nevada. In fact, Orlando, Florida, is where candidates are spending most of their money.

But for Trump and Clinton, spending in the Sunshine State is actually a pretty good deal: The state is population dense, and the ads will likely see more eyeballs, driving the dollar-per-voter ratio down.

It's less populated states like Arizona and Colorado that house more expensive voters. Planet Money found that the 9,000 residents in Arizona's Greenlee County cost the candidates the most money in the country, at $40 per voter.