We've all heard the banter. The bashing. The stories. The promises. The Presidential election is quickly approaching, and the candidates have been making sure that their fellow Americans don’t forget it. They’ve posted billboards on major roadways and taken up space in local newspapers, reminding citizens to vote and to tune in to each party’s conventions. It is no secret that both presidential hopefuls budget millions upon millions of dollars to help them connect with their potential voters. Regarding the media markets, Philadelphia was forecasting roughly $25 million dollars in political advertising, and Virginia has seen approximately $20 million dollars since May 1st.