(Crosspost from Redstate)

Byron York learned today:

I talked to a station official who told me that Mitt Romney was WHO’s second biggest advertiser in 2007. Second biggest – behind the number-one advertiser, Monsanto farm chemicals, and ahead of the number-three advertiser, Bayer farm chemicals. WHO is by far the biggest radio station in Iowa,

Compare to New Hampshire. The Granite Prof tells us that Mitt Romney has spent nearly $4m on WMUR, the main New Hampshire TV station. By contrast, that is slightly more than Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama combined. More than the entire GOP field combined, outspending his nearest opponent, John McCain nearly 4-1. I am in New Hampshire right now. In 5 days, I have seen exactly 2 positive ads by Romney, and about 20 negative.

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