Bernie, Hillary Lead Post-Tax Day Radio Advertising
April 25, 2016 at 2:18 PM (PT)
BERNIE SANDERS and HILLARY CLINTON topped the political candidates in radio spots, according to MEDIA MONITORS' update on the primary election and the ads that both parties have been running on radio in 82 major markets across the U.S. from APRIL 15th to 24th.
SANDERS was the clear winner again with 4,412 spots from his campaign, 91 spots from MONROE COUNTY FOR BERNIE SANDERS and 28 spots bought by the NATIONAL NURSES UNITED PATIENT PROTECTION for a grand total of 4,531 spots.
Coming in second was HILLARY CLINTON with her campaign airing 1,510 spots and the AMERICAN FEDERATION OF TEACHERS SOLIDARITY adding 80, bringing her total to 1,590 ads.
DONALD TRUMP FOR PRESIDENT ran 745 spots, TED CRUZ FOR PRESIDENT placed 249 radio commercials, while the CLUB FOR GROWTH ACTION added 47, the KEEP THE PROMISE I bought 44 spots for CRUZ and the TRUSTED LEADERSHIP PAC also ran 105 spots bringing his total to 445 spots.
On the negative side, the OUR PRINCIPLES PAC aired 51 spots against DONALD TRUMP.
For the latest updates, turn to www.mediamonitors.com.