- The Deserted Group in American Politics. Freyman, Russ; Mcgoldrick, Brent // Campaigns & Elections (1996);Aug2000, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p63
Comments on the trend among United States political candidates when placing their television advertising. Results of the Neglection 2000 demographic viewership survey; Implications of the findings of the survey; Drawback to the practice of targeting older adult voters.
- Tune in, turn off, drop out. Budiansky, Stephen // U.S. News & World Report;2/19/96, Vol. 120 Issue 7, p30
Evaluates the negative nature of political advertising in the 1990s featuring examples of how the candidates for the presidency in 1996 are using ads to attack one another. The ads disgusting voters, suppressing turnout, and changing the demographics of the voting pool; Half the political...
- And now a word from our sponsor. Stengel, Richard // Time;1/15/1996, Vol. 147 Issue 3, p29
Analyzes the Republican presidential candidates' political ads, which will be visible in the winter of 1996 in New Hampshire and Iowa, for the primaries. Shots of Bob Dole, Steve Forbes, Phil Gramm, Pat Buchanan and Lamar Alexander; What you see and why you are seeing it.
- POLS BOOSTING AD BOOM. McClintock, Pamela // Daily Variety;8/23/2002, Vol. 276 Issue 58, p1
Reports on the proliferation of political advertisements in the U.S. as candidates rush up to buy airtime before Washington imposes strict new rules. Spendings on political ads in the first half of 2002; Benefits to television stations in New York; Spendings for state governor's races, and by...
- Choosing the next leader of the free world. Smith, Errol // Headway;Apr96, Vol. 8 Issue 4, p17
Focuses on the impact of negative advertisements on a political candidate's image and chances of gaining an election. Criteria for voters; Core values of candidates; Character of candidates; Issues on national vision, plans and goals.
- Candidates expected to unload well-timed attack ads soon. Hill, John // New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008);9/15/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 12, p27
Focuses on the negative publicity on political candidates in Louisiana. Political battle between New Orleans Criminal Sheriff Charles Foti and Election Commissioner Suzanne Haik Terrell; Impact of the mayor Ray Nagin's endorsement of upstate former Senator Randy Ewing on Ewing's candidacy.
- Campaign Ads Stuck in the Mud. Melillo, Wendy // Adweek Midwest Edition;11/4/2002, Vol. 43 Issue 44, p33
Comments on the campaign advertisements used by political candidates in the U.S. for the November 2002 elections. Features of the advertisements; Influence of advertising on the success of a candidate; Issues surrounding campaign advertisements.
- FREEDOM'S WATCH WAD PULLED BY STATION IN LA. RACE. // Hill;5/2/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 51, p18
The article reports that a television station in Baton Rouge, Louisiana is no longer running an advertisement and attacking Democrat Don Cazayoux after the candidate said it was inaccurate.
- 'Cool. Heh, heh. Heh, heh'. // Advocate;11/1/94, Issue 667, p21
Reports on a full-page advertisement featuring Republican congressional candidate Frank Cremeans purchased by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee in the Capitol Hill newspaper, 'Roll Call.' Cremeans' statement about the gays-in-the-military issue; Other Republican candidates...