Hillary Clinton ran the most spots on the radio in the last ten days with a total of 6,815 ads. It breaks down as 3,738 spots from her campaign, 2,906 spots from her Super PAC Priorities USA ACTION and another 171 spots were purchased by the SEIU COPE (Service Employees International Union).
That’s according to Media Monitors, which is keeping a tally on the primary election and the radio spots that both parties have been running in monitored markets in the last 10 days: February 26 to March 6.
Bernie Sanders was in 2nd place in the last ten days with 4,589 spots. Interestingly, they were not all from his campaign, which ran the most at 4,398. He had help from the National Nurses United Patient Protection PAC placing 123 spots and the CWA Working Voices PAC, which added 68 spots.
Ted Cruz was in 3rd place airing 3,024 spots; 979 from his campaign and 2,045 spots by the Keep The Promise I PAC.
Donald Trump For President ran 338 spots placing him in 4th place.
Marco Rubio cleared 261 spots in the last ten days with 208 spots bought by the Super PAC Conservative Solutions and 53 spots by the Cuba Democracy Public Advocacy Corporation.