Post Profile






Ad War Update: Super PAC Tuesday

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, Santorum is...
read more

share

Related Posts


Ad spending in Tuesday contest states

US Politics / US Elections : CNN Political Ticker (3 years ago)

(CNN) – Campaign ad spending in Alabama and Mississippi (where voters will cast ballots Tuesday) through Thursday afternoon, according to a Republican ad buyer unaffiliated with a campaign or super PAC: Mitt Romney campaign: $165,00...

Romney dominates Super Tuesday ad spending

US Politics / US Elections : CNN Political Ticker (3 years ago)

(CNN) - Ad spending by Mitt Romney's campaign, combined with spending by the super PAC supporting his candidacy, so far has accounted for 80% of the total money spent on television ads in states voting Super Tuesday, a report showed...

Ad War Update: The Avalanche Was Just A Snowball

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

Over the weekend we featured two notable ads, one showcasing more sliminess from Rove's Super PAC, while the other, from the Obama campaign, issued a direct and powerful response to Romney's post-convention ad avalanche. Meanwhile, ...

Ad War Update

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

Super PAC spending has now surpassed the $30 million mark (full breakdown from the Center for Responsive Politics here). Paul Blumenthal explains the shift depicted in the above chart: [S]uper PACs supporting the remaining four Repu...

Ad War Update

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

Total Super PAC spending now exceeds $80 million (Romney's Restore Our Future is responsible for more than $37 million). Further analysis of new fundraising reports here. Meanwhile, the Obama campaign marks the two-year anniversary ...

Comments



Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC