Bernie Sanders' presidential campaign this week is outspending Hillary Clinton's in terms of political advertisements, according to ad-spending data from NBC News partner SMG Delta.
Sanders has spent a combined $900,000 over the airwaves in the early nominating states, while Clinton has spent slightly more than $750,000 in those same states. For the entire presidential race, Clinton has outspent Sanders over the airwaves, $13.8 million to $9.6 million.
The Vermont senator certainly has enough money: The Sanders campaign said it raised $33 million in the 4th fundraising quarter (from October to December) -- just $4 million less than Clinton's haul.
The biggest overall ad spender this week was Jeb Bush and his allies, with his campaign and Super PAC spending a whopping $4.8 million in ads - more than five times what Sanders has spent.
The biggest ad spenders this week (from Jan. 3-9):
- Team Bush: $4.8 million in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and national cable
- Team Rubio: $3.8 million in Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina and national cable
- Team Trump: $1.2 million in Iowa and New Hampshire
- Team Sanders: $904,000 in Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire and South Carolina
- Team Clinton: $758,000 in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina
- Team Christie: $721,000 in New Hampshire
- Team Kasich: $640,000 in New Hampshire
- Team Cruz: $463,000 in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina
- Team Carson: $340,000 in Iowa