Mark Murray 2h ago / 3:30 PM UTCWASHINGTON — While the traditional campaigning in the 2020 race has come to a halt due to concerns regarding COVID-19, the Democratic presidential candidates have increased their TV and radio ad spending for the upcoming March 17 primaries, with millions of dollars on the airwaves in Arizona, Florida, Illinois and Ohio.Here’s a look at the ad spending in these four states through March 17, according to data from Advertising Analytics:ArizonaSanders: $1.4 millionBiden: $564,000Unite the Country (pro-Biden Super PAC): $522,000FYI: Michael Bloomberg had spent $8.9 million in the state before dropping outFloridaSanders: $6.0 millionBiden: $5.1 millionFYI: Bloomberg had spent $44.6 millionIllinoisSanders: $2.2 millionBiden: $1.9 millionFYI: Bloomberg had spent $18.6 millionOhioSanders: $2.3 millionBiden: $1.3 millionFYI: Bloomberg had spent $15.4 millionLiz Brown-Kaiser2h ago / 3:04 PM UTCCongressional Black Caucus chairwoman formally backs BidenWASHINGTON — The chairwoman of the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC), California Rep. Karen Bass, announced Friday that she is endorsing Joe Biden for president, making her the 37th member of the CBC to back the former vice president.In a statement released by Bass, the congresswoman said that Biden is the person who can provide a “steady hand that can bring an end to the past

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