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Super Tuesday TV Spending Not So Super

If it weren’t for the candidates' PACs, Super Tuesday spending would have been a trickle. A whopping 87 percent of the $6.1 million spent on spot TV during the last week (Feb. 27 to March 4) leading up to the 10 primaries, was PAC money, according to a TVB analysis of Campaign Media Analysis Group data. Only two of the GOP Presidential hopefuls, Mitt Romney and Ron Paul, spent their own money.
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