State Tourism Budget Growth Slows Ahead of Governors’ Races in Midterms

David Fulmer

Oregon saw the largest increase in its state tourism marketing this year. Pictured are tourists at Ecola Point Overlook in Oregon’s Ecola State Park. David Fulmer

Skift Take: The future of tourism marketing in the United States will be on the ballot in more than three dozen states in one way or another this November. While most voters probably won’t realize that, tourism is one of the most important economic drivers they’ll be voting for.

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Ryan Wolkov

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