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Groups attacking Democratic incumbent Bill Owens have spent more than $2.6 million on TV ads, robocalls and mailers.
Big spenders include Americans for Tax Reform, a group that doesn't disclose its donors — also the US Chamber of Commerce, and the National Republican Congressional Committee.
Doheny himself has also contributed $750,000 of his own money to boost his campaign.
Bill Owens, meanwhile, has drawn far less support from third-party groups outside the North Country.
His biggest ally has been the National Democratic Congressional Committee, which chipped in roughly $1.1 million—including nearly $400,000 poured into the race in the last week alone.