Clinton's media investment was almost triple the $23 million that Trump spent to put ads on the air in September. Trump's campaign shelled out nearly $21 million more on digital consulting and online ads, while Clinton's committee spent $866,000 on online ads. But Hillary Victory Fund, a joint fundraising committee between the campaign and the Democratic Party, spent another $26 million on online ads over the last three months, filings show.
Clinton spent a total of nearly $95 million through her campaign and two joint fundraising committees in September, exceeding the $85 million in campaign contributions raised through all three entities. About 27 percent of her money came from contributions of $200 or less.
When October began, she still had more in her campaign coffers than Trump: $59 million to his $34.7 million.