The seven remaining presidential candidates and their affiliated super PACs have dumped more than $23 million on airtime in states voting on Super Tuesday, according to our ad buyer sources. The bulk of that money came from the Democratic side; both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders shelled out more than $6 million to buy TV and radio spots.

Here’s who spent, and where:

                 Cruz    Cruz
State          Campaign  PACs
Alabama         $471k    $205k
Arkansas        $189k    $465k
Georgia        $1.02m    $430k
Minnesota        $10k
Oklahoma        $296k    $556k
Tennessee       $651k    $676k
Texas           $501k    $477k
Virginia                 $110k
Total          $3.14m   $2.92m
                Kasich  Kasich
State          Campaign  PACs
Massachusetts    $56k    $109k
Vermont          $75k     $57k
Total           $131k    $166k
                Rubio   Rubio
State          Campaign  PACs
Alabama          $14k    $290k
Arkansas         $59k    $196k
Georgia          $43k    $222k
Oklahoma         $52k    $163k
Tennessee       $125k    $286k
Virginia        $169k    $607k
Vermont                   $58k
Total           $462k   $1.82m
                Trump   Trump Anti-
State          Campaign  PACs Trump*
Alabama         $215k
Arkansas        $129k         $405k
Georgia         $278k
Oklahoma                      $400k
Tennessee       $205k
Texas           $384k
Virginia        $225k
Total          $1.44m         $805k

* The anti-Trump spending mostly came from the Club for Growth, which bought big in those states. Another anti-Trump super PAC spent a few thousand dollars on small ad buys.

               Clinton  Clinton
State          Campaign  PACs
Alabama         $543k
Arkansas         $93k
Colorado        $769k
Georgia         $487k    $186k
Massachusetts  $1.18m
Minnesota       $757k
Oklahoma        $535k
Tennessee       $433k    $128k
Texas          $1.30m     $91k
Virginia        $582k
Vermont          $23k
Total          $6.70m    $405k
               Sanders  Sanders
State          Campaign  PACs
Alabama          $95k
Arkansas         >$1k
Colorado       $1.78m     $29k
Massachusetts  $1.79m
Minnesota      $1.49m
Oklahoma        $988k
Texas           $171k     $22k
Total          $6.32m     $51k

Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson is not on air, and hasn’t been since spending money in South Carolina before last Saturday’s primary.

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