A government watchdog group reports almost 24-million dollars in outside money has been funneled into Wisconsin election campaigns. The Wisconsin Democracy Campaign published the numbers Wednesday. Republican express advocacy groups have spent 17-point-three-million dollars, while Democratic counterparts have spent six-point-six-million. Express advocacy groups use words like “vote for” or “vote against” in their ads. Most of the money — 17-million — was spent on the campaign for governor.