19-05-12 20.43: the Article has been added to a correction.
Adds a part of the activities in social media and on digital platforms. Press up polling materials and election posters and advertising in the printed media and outdoors. Is campaigning in the entire country.
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with a budget of around sek 20 million. Aim to talk with a half a million swedes, mainly through outreach. Staking also on tv and on social media.
the Party bets 11 million on its EU-valskampanj and especially on promotional materials such as flyers, posters, and movies and advertising in social media, commercial and outdoor.
invest approximately sek 10 million on the EUROPEAN elections. A large part of the funds have been directed to advertising primarily in social media but also physical advertising on the geographical areas of interest. The budget has also been used to record a valfilm with Jimmie Åkesson.
Bet 4-5 million in the EU-valskampanjen. The money is used for support to non-profit kampanjarbetare and for advertising, particularly digital.
Spends £ 5.5 million on digital advertising and resources to be able to engage in a dialogue on social media and telephone campaigns.
invest approximately four million. The money is used for posters and other polling materials, to advertising in social media, and staff costs.
the priority given posters and flyer-passing and great visibility in social media.
Adds 3.9 million. It is a part of extra personnel costs, travel for candidates, campaign materials, and marketing in social media. Also printed flyers and leaflets is included in the campaign.
1 million for printed materials, valturné, advertising, travel expenses, valstugor, the postal costs. 1.6 million, are used for targeted activities to increase voter turnout.
Correction: this Article has been updated with the correct figure for the Conservatives who put 11 million on its EU-valskampanj.