Even though the Army by far has the largest helicopter fleet, the Navy has outspent
it modernizing its aircraft and those of the Marine Corps.
During the fourth quarter, Diamondback outspent
cash flow due to the dramatic decline in commodity prices and one time merger related expenses.
Four years ago, Garcia forced Emanuel into Chicago's first mayoral runoff even though he got a late start, was outspent
by a four-to-one margin and Preckwinkle refused to endorse Garcia, who served as her county board floor leader.
Cuomo - currently on his second term as governor - was always ahead in the polls and outspent
Nixon by more than eight to one.
Wagner's side are five points worse off than they were at this stage last year and must battle for survival against rivals who have heavily outspent
them in the transfer market.
"We were outspent
nearly 8 to 1 in this runoff but the people saw past the misleading attacks and chose to restore conservative representation to District 128."
Cruz far outspent
his rivals from both his campaign committee and his 13 supportive political action committees (PACs).
10), once again those firms with financial interests at stake outspent
the proponents of Question 2.
Opponents vastly outspent
supporters in the campaign, with much of the money coming from liquor stores in wet counties.
But Gillespie, a former Republican National Committee chairman, rode a wave of support for Republican candidates nationwide, and almost knocked Warner out of the Senate despite being outspent
"These groups may be outspent
by the business wing, but they have considerable influence and support among the rank-and-file party voters, which is no small thing," Boston wrote.