The big caveat is that this is through May 21st. This is from Bill Lueders, the Money and Politics Project director at the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism. A great breakdown for the spending. Hopefully, there will be an updated one:
Among the big findings:
» Television advertising was 41 percent of the spend;. Radio ads 1.7 percent, $1 million going for online ads; advertising in newspapers totaled $46,310, or less than one-tenth of 1 percent.
» $10.4 million was spent on mailing lists and services.
» Printing of all kinds -- 2 percent; Phone banks and robo-calls cost $841,076.
Nearly $2.4 million went for consulting fees and another $1.3 million for research and polls. Legal fees totaled $523,425, with Walker's campaign paying nearly two-thirds of this amount.
» Campaign staff wages and employment taxes cost $5.1 million, or 8 percent of the total.