Media Monitors: Clinton Tops Trump, Johnson In Radio Ads
October 3, 2016 at 12:59 PM (PT)
Over the last 10 days, HILARY CLINTON for PRESIDENT aired 15,902 radio spots, up slightly from the last report at 15,590 ads in 85 major markets across AMERICA from SEPTEMBER 23rd to OCTOBER 2nd.
LIBERTARIAN PARTY candidate GARY JOHNSON's campaign, was down from 1,827 spots in the last report to 39.
The GREAT AMERICA PAC bought 15 spots, down from 124 spots, while the REPUBLICAN PARTY OF ST. JOHNS COUNTY FLORIDA added one spot, down from 8 in the previous report.
On the negative side of the coin, there were a total of 934 spots run with against messaging toward DONALD TRUMP. PRIORITIES USA ACTION aired 729 spots, while a new SUPER PAC, PEOPLE FOR THE AMERICAN WAY, a known pro-DEMOCRATIC organization, ran 205 spots and are defined as a “Voters Alliance.”
There were 119 spots aired against HILLARY CLINTON, paid for by the REFORM AMERICA FUND SUPER PAC out of WISCONSIN that has targeted the DEMOCRATIC nominee with their ad campaign, “C is for CLINTON.” According to OpenSecrets.org they have spent $1,293,462 against her campaign.
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