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  • Itís about time: Trump makes first swing state ad buys - hereís the initial spot

    08/19/2016 11:34:24 AM PDT · by Sean_Anthony · 4 replies
    Canada Free Press ^ | 08/19/16 | Robert Laurie
    Will it work? Update: initial reports suggested Trump had already spent $60 million on ads. Thatís not the case. Todayís buy total just $4 million, but more is to come. The eventual total has not been announced. The piece has been altered to reflect this. Here in Michigan, we donít see too many Presidential campaign ads. Thatís because, at least in terms of the top of the ticket, Democrats have dominated the state since 1988. Those of you who live in battleground states? I feel your pain.
  • Media Desperate for Trump to Lose -- Must Prove Their Power As Trump Soars WITHOUT $$ Spent on Ads

    08/12/2016 10:46:42 AM PDT · by xzins · 77 replies
    Personal ^ | 12 Aug 16 | Xzins
    Trump set more than one record during the primary season. The most talked about is his earning more primary votes than any other candidate in the history of the republican primary system. Trump excelled in another category as well. He spent far less than any of his major opponents. It should be noted that not every dollar of spending is for advertising, but it is a significant part of total spending for most candidates. Numerous articles were written on Jeb Bush's scorched earth TV campaign that spent tens of millions and yielded so little in terms of results. During that...
  • Planned Parenthood targets Romney with new swing-state ad buy blitz (and so it begins)

    05/30/2012 10:40:07 AM PDT · by LUV W · 72 replies
    FoxNews.com ^ | May 30, 2012 | Fox News
    Planned Parenthood, endorsing President Obama Wednesday morning, went after Mitt Romney out of the gate with a new ad buy in crucial swing states accusing the Republican candidate of undermining women's rights. Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/05/30/planned-parenthood-targets-romney-with-new-swing-state-ad-buy/#ixzz1wNMGXP3G
  • Kerry urged to stay course

    09/11/2004 1:29:25 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 21 replies · 889+ views
    Hampton Roads Daily Press, VA ^ | September 11, 2004 | HUGH LESSIG
    RICHMOND -- Gov. Mark R. Warner suggested Friday that fellow Democrat and their party's presidential nominee, John Kerry, pay attention to something besides poll numbers when it came to investing in Virginia. The campaign, he said, should give more credence to the enthusiasm that Virginia Democrats are showing this year at rallies and headquarters openings. "There are other states more significant, more important, to their electoral strategy," Warner conceded. "We're one of the states on the bubble, and I think they underestimate the enthusiasm Virginia Democrats feel this year." The Kerry campaign will not purchase television ads in Virginia, at...
  • Kerry and the Democratic Party are limiting television advertising.

    09/09/2004 8:55:25 AM PDT · by crushelits · 24 replies · 1,521+ views
    NRO ^ | 09/09/2004 | Jim Geraghty
    THE TEA-LEAVES OF AD BUYS Every campaign season, one hears of mysterious and almost-never-leaked "internal polls" by campaigns. Sometimes these etherial, mysterious forces are cited as a cause for optimism... "Yes, forty-nine percent of respondents say they would rather elect a cabbage than our candidate, but our internal polls show this number much lower." Here's a great example from Sid Blumenthal today: Both John Kerry's and Bush's internal polls gave Bush only a four-point lead. (Quick observation: Uh-huh. One is supposed to believe that while Kerry Spot has to pull teeth to get stuff out of the Kerry campaign,...
  • After pledging to contest Bush all over, Democrats narrow playing field to 14 states

    09/09/2004 4:35:11 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 23 replies · 1,488+ views
    Kansas.com, Wichita ^ | September 9, 2004 | LIZ SIDOTI, AP
    WASHINGTON - After months of pledging to contest President Bush in every region of the country, Sen. John Kerry and Democrats are limiting television advertising to 14 battleground states as the fall campaign opens. The shift bumps GOP-leaning Missouri, Colorado, Arizona and several Southern states off the political playing field - at least for now - and gives Bush reason to consider moving money from some of those states to others that historically trend Democratic. Both presidential campaigns are honing their strategies now at the start of the election homestretch. That's when budgets grow tighter, forcing campaigns to pick and...