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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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Pro-Rick Perry Super PAC Has A $55 Million Plan To Crush GOP Rivals

Politics : Business Insider: Politix (3 years ago)

A new super PAC supporting Texas Gov. Rick Perry's presidential bid plans to spend $55 million as part of an aggressive strategy to crush the Texas Governor's GOP primary opponents and secure the Republican nomination by Super Tuesd... Read Post

WorldNetDaily-Backed Super PAC Gave No Money To Candidates

Industries / Media : Huffington Post: Media Blog (3 hours ago)

In an email sent in March 2014 to WorldNetDaily's mailing list, WND editor Joseph Farah did his best to talk up the new super PAC he became involved with, Takeover Super PAC. Farah and his employee, birther extraordinaire Jerome Cor... Read Post

Ad War Update: Super PAC Tuesday

Politics : The Daily Dish By Andrew Sullivan (3 years ago)

Bloomberg reports that Super PACs are responsible for a whopping 91% of campaign ads in Alabama and Mississippi. Zeke Miller charts TV spending in those states: He also charts total ad spending in the primaries thus far. Meanwhile, ... Read Post


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