By Ryan Teague Beckwith
November 7, 2016

Hillary Clinton spent more than $245 million airing campaign ads this election.

The Democratic presidential nominee used her fundraising prowess to gain a nearly 3-to-1 advantage over Republican rival Donald Trump in the general election, according to ad tracking groups.

Clinton’s campaign followed the typical path of a candidate, starting with general biographical ads that reintroduced her to the public, highlighting pet issues and then turning negative on her opponent.

Here’s a brief look at her campaign ads this year.

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