Media Monitors Nevada Primary Radio Ad Tracking Update: Sanders Tops Buyers
February 18, 2016 at 7:29 AM (PT)
MEDIA MONITORS has released statistics on political advertising being purchased in the NEVADA primaries, and the numbers for JANUARY 1st through FEBRUARY 14th in the LAS VEGAS show BERNIE SANDERS leading the radio buys with 1,270 spots, followed by Dr. BEN CARSON with 529 spots, HILLARY CLINTON, with 281 spots, TED CRUZ' "KEEP THE PROMISE I" Super PAC with 143 spots, and JOHN KASICH and DONALD TRUMP with three spots each; JEB BUSH's "RIGHT TO RISE USA" Super PAC bought 10 anti-MARCO RUBIO spots.
But on broadcast TV, CLINTON led with 2.357 spots of her own and 13 from the SERVICE EMPLOYEES INTERNATIONAL UNION COPE. SANDERS bought 2,037 spots, with RUBIO's "CONSERVATIVE SOLUTIONS" Super PAC placing 180, minor candidate ROQUE DE LA FUENTE with 109 spots, BUSH's "RIGHT TO RISE" Super PAC with 35, CRUZ's "KEEP THE PROMISE I" Super PAC also with 35, and TRUMP with three; RAND PAUL bought 30 before dropping out of the race.