Heading into Saturday’s Democratic caucuses in the state, Sanders has aired a total of 1,270 radio spots in the Las Vegas market from the first of the year through Feb. 14, according to new data from Media Monitors. Hillary Clinton aired only one-tenth the number of ads as her rival, placing just 281 radio spots in the market.
On the road to Super Tuesday, Nevada is considered crucial to both candidates. But a loss in Nevada by Sanders “could even be more impactful because it would set up Hillary Clinton to start running the table over the next two weeks,” according to a briefing from “Meet the Press” and the NBC political unit. “Sanders needs a win to keep the pressure on Clinton, and Clinton needs a win to finally start pulling away.”
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February, 19th 2016