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Forces supporting Ted Cruz and opposing Donald Trump spent more than $6 million on advertisements in Indiana, which holds its presidential primary on Tuesday, according to the latest ad-spending data from SMG Delta.
The Cruz campaign and outside groups backing him spent $3.3 million on ads in the state, while organizations opposed to Trump – including the conservative Club for Growth and Our Principles PAC – dished out an additional $2.8 million.
By comparison, Trump’s campaign spent $960,000.
In the Democratic race, Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign spent $1.5 million over the airwaves, versus no money at all on ads for Hillary Clinton’s campaign or groups backing her.