2016 Election Media Monitors In-Depth Report
White Plains, NY (November 7, 2016) – Media Monitors, the leader in local media monitoring, released its update on the Presidential election and the spots that both parties have been running on radio in 85 major markets across America from October 28 to November 6, 2016.
In the last ten days, not only have we lots of political spots to count, but more organizations and PACs running them.
Hillary Clinton For President was the leader of the pack with 20,843 spots.
Priorities USA Action aired 3,027 spots for Clinton.
Next was the Donald Trump campaign with 2,291 ads.
Hardhats for America added 1,172 spots for Hillary Clinton along with the NextGen Climate Act Committee which bought 1,063 spots.
The 2016 Committee aired 887 spots for Donald Trump in the last ten days.
The AFSCME PEOPLE bought 765 spots for Clinton. The Democratic Party of Illinois added 290 Pro-Hillary ads and the AFSCME (American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees) bought 282 spots.
Great America PAC bought 224 spots for Trump.
The PFAW (People For the American Way) added 140 spots for Clinton and the Latino Victory Fund ran 135 pro-Clinton spots.
The Jefferson County Democratic Party aired 79 spots for Hillary Clinton.
The Butler County Republican Party added 74 spots for Trump. And one PAC with an unusual name, Noises Deal TV Committee bought 35 spots in support of Hillary Clinton.
The Charleston County Republican Party ran 27 pro-Trump spots.
The Democratic National Committee (DNC) bought 22 spots endorsing Clinton.
The Grass Roots North California Political Victory Fund added 18 spots for Trump.
The MD Federation of Republican Women bought 14 spots for Trump, along with 8 spots paid for by the National Black Conservatives America for Trump.
In our final Radio report of the 2016 Political season, here are your totals: there were 27,853 radio spots run for Hillary Clinton in the last ten days compared to 3,543 spots for Donald Trump.
Let’s end this report on a negative note. In the last ten days, Priorities USA Action ran 1,475 spots against Donald Trump.
Valor America aired 548 spots against Hillary Clinton.
The PFAW (People For the American Way) added 357 spots against Donald Trump.
The Great America PAC aired 71 spots against Clinton, along with the America’s PAC which played 48 ads with negatives on Clinton.
The AFSCME (American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees) aired 27 spots against Donald Trump.
And finally, the Victory 2016 Committee bought 6 sports against Clinton.
The totals: there were 2,090 spots against Donald Trump and 777 spots against Hillary Clinton.
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