Where can you run political ads online? We created an easy cheat sheet with each platform’s political ads policies

Last updated: August 2021

Google and Facebook allow political ads now that they’ve ended their post-election moratoriums — but with strict rules. TikTok doesn’t allow political ads taking away a prime opportunity to reach young voters. Snapchat does allow it. The online ads landscape is complicated. Every platform has different policies on political ads with various nuances.

Luckily, we’ve created a handy infographic listing out political ad policies for common social media platforms and for programmatic buys.

View the chart below or click here to download an interactive version in PDF format.

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