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Voters aren't the only ones checking out political ads. A complaint filed with the state will have the Campaign Spending Commission taking a closer look to see if election rules have been broken.

The complaint alleges some of the attack ads we've seen are more than just negative campaigning but instead a coordinated effort between one candidate and a third party with very deep pockets, willing to pay to influence the election.

Along with ads paid for and endorsed by local candidates there are also other spots run by non-candidate political action committees known as PACS.

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For months stores nationwide have been struggling to stock enough baby formula. Manufacturers say they're producing at full capacity and making as much formula as they can, but it's still not enough to meet current demand.