Center for Public Integrity
What's your reaction to the political ad blitz?
Leading up to Super Tuesday, when 10 states hold their GOP primary elections, Republican candidates and outside groups that can raise and spend unlimited donations -- aka 'super PACs' -- are pouring millions into political ads meant to sway voters in each state.
As the New York Times reports, super PACs are playing the role of attack dog ahead of the primaries, bankrolling big TV, radio and mailing initiatives that have been overwhelmingly negative. Total super PAC spending has topped $67.5 million so far, with nearly $10 million alone going into Super Tuesday states.
Have you noticed a recent spike in the number of political ads? Be they television or radio commercials, internet ads, fliers or phone calls, reporters at the Center for Public Integrity's iWatch News are interested to hear more about what you've seen. Your insights will help inform our new series, Consider the Source, as we track the interests behind the money flooding into the 2012 election.
2014 Voters: Did political ads inform you or frustrate you?
2014 Voters: Did campaign ads inform you or frustrate you?
What's your reaction to the political ads on TV?