Senate broadcast spending surpasses $10 million


Broadcast spending in the Republican primary for the U.S. Senate has now surged past $10 million, new data show.

Medium Buying, a Columbus, Ohio, firm that tracks political ads, reports that television and radio spending in the U.S. Senate primary has now reached almost $10.7 million.

Leading the spending spree is plumber Bob Hamilton, who with millions of his own money has spent $2 million on 15 individual ads that are believed to be a record for a Republican Senate primary in Kansas, according to Medium Buying.

Congressman Roger Marshall has . . .


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