Media Monitors: Hillary Clinton Dominates Radio Ad Spending
October 24, 2016 at 12:13 PM (PT)
HILLARY CLINTON is dominating radio spot buys over the last 10 days (OCTOBER 14th through 23rd), according to the latest report from MEDIA MONITORS.
Over that time, HILLARY CLINTON FOR PRESIDENT aired 15,531 spots. Add in CLINTON's SUPER PAC PRIORITIES USA ACTION (1,271) and AMERICAN FEDERATION OF STATE, COUNTY AND MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES (90) and the SUPER PAC LOCAL VOICES (24) and you get a total for HILLARY of 16,916.
The 2016 COMMITTEE, a SUPER PAC that previously supported BEN CARSON, aired 1,114 spots for DONALD TRUMP. DONALD TRUMP FOR PRESIDENT bought only 29 spots and the NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION’s INSTITUTE FOR LEGISLATIVE ACTION added six spots in the last 10 days, bringing the total number of TRUMP spots to 1,149.
GARY JOHNSON FOR PRESIDENT bought 10 spots.
On the radio in the last 10 days, PRIORITIES USA ACTION SUPER PAC ran 2,359 spots against TRUMP. The PAC PFAW (PEOPLE FOR THE AMERICAN WAY) ran 286 negative spots on TRUMP and LOCAL VOICES SUPER PAC added 11 spots, bringing the total number of spots against the REPUBLICAN nominee to 2,656 ads.
AMERICA'S PAC bought 48 spots “against” HILLARY CLINTON and the SUPER PAC REFORM AMERICA FUND aired 47, bringing the total of “against” CLINTON spots to 95.