MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- John McCain will remain on TV in Wisconsin by spreading out his existing ad buys without spending much more money.
A spot check of stations in the state shows the Republican presidential nominee has booked time for the final two weeks before the election.
But he has done it without spending much more money and by pulling ads on several days before Nov. 4.
McCain spokeswoman Sarah Lenti says the campaign is constantly moving ads to pursue strategic goals. But she won't comment on the actual moves.
At WGBA in Green Bay and WISC in Madison, the McCain campaign extended its ad buys through the election but not will be on the air every day.
Nationally Barack Obama and Democrats hold a considerable $37 million advantage over McCain and Republicans.