Have you seen a campaign ad on social media?

Is your social media feed filling up with political campaign ads? Our reporter Laurel Rosenhall wants to see them. After you submit an ad, Laurel may contact you for a story about how campaigns use social media to communicate with voters. There are multiple ways to submit the ads you see on your social media feeds. You can email Laurel at [email protected]. Or you can submit your information in the Google Form below.

Additionally, you can submit the ad directly to Laurel on social media if that’s easier.

On Facebook, you can send her the post on Messenger from your feed.

And if you see the ad on Twitter, follow Laurel at @LaurelRosenhall and send the campaign ad to her direct messages.

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