Romney Not Buying Super Tuesday Ads?

Romney Not Buying Super Tuesday Ads? Presidential candidate former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney speaks during the CNN/Los Angeles Times Republican presidential debate at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California January 30, 2008. (Robert Galbraith/Reuters) Various reports have Mitt Romney not buying any television time in the Super Tuesday states and Mitt Romney buying like crazy in the Super Tuesday states, especially California. Presumably, we’ll know soon enough as it’s hard to hide television ad buys.

There seems to be a consensus, though, that John McCain will rely mostly on free media and marshal his resources in a handful of delegate-rich states.

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  1. Alex Knapp says:

    I find it hard to believe that Romney wouldn’t run any ads, unless the campaign is well and truly that short of money.