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Analysis | Youngkin and McAuliffe target each other with fake attack ads


Tyler Arnold, the Center Square reporter, did not respond to questions about whether he had received the Youngkin campaign figures for two days. But when The Fact Checker first asked the campaign about the ad, we got a quick calculation: McAuliffe’s policy proposals would cost $16.6 billion over four years, according to the report, so that’d be about $5,400 per household, assuming of 3,100,000 households. (That’s actually $1,350 a year. Neither the article nor the ad make it clear that they’re referring to a four-year figure.)

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