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Naveed could not control his emotions He went into his cell brought an ax entered the lock-up and hit Haider’s throat several times” said Shehzad The attack killed the 55-year-old on the spot Blasphemy is a serious offense in Pakistan and Haider’s death comes just two days after a Christian couple were lynched and beaten to death for allegedly desecrating the Quran [Reuters] Write to Rishi Iyengar at rishiiyengar@timeasiacomFor six months candidates and outside groups assailed Iowa TV viewers with a nonstop barrage of political ads They aired thousands of spots on morning shows Democrats Hillary Clintonand Bernie Sanders went big on soap operas Team Rubio sought out football games Everyone clogged up the commercial breaks on Wheel of Fortune Millions of dollars and roughly 100000 TV ads later according to a Center for Public Integrity analysis of data provided by advertising tracking firmCMAG/Kantar Media no one is ready to say any of the ads made the decisive difference in the Iowa caucus on Monday But one thing appears to be clear nice was better than nasty Travis Ridout co-director of the Wesleyan Media Project which tracks political advertising said Sanders and US Sen Marco Rubio of Florida in particular probably benefited from ads introducing themselves to voters and building a sense of viability Rubio finished a strong third on the Republican side Sanders a US senator from Vermont who identifies as a socialist nearly tied Clinton the former Secretary of State and Democratic establishment favorite Meanwhile Right to Rise USA the pro-Jeb Bush super PAC behemoth ran the largest number of negative ads and so-called contrast ads which compare candidates with each other and often have a negative cast The super PAC drew fire for targeting Rubio with negative ads which didnt work particularly well Rubio buried Bush on caucus night "They spent an enormous amount of money trying to depress support for other candidates" said Elizabeth Wilner vice president at Kantar Media/CMAG "That clearly failed" Early in the campaign season Bush hired prominent Iowa hand David Kochelseen as a sign that he would vigorously compete there But his campaign opted not to air a single ad in Iowa instead letting the super PAC pick up the slack Right to Rise USA ultimately aired almost twice as many ads in Iowa markets (10355) than Bush received votes on caucus night (5238) The airtime assault is now poised to continue in New Hampshire whose first-in-the-nation primary takes place next Tuesday The number of political ads aimed at the Granite State jumped 76 percent from 9029 to 15917 between December and January As the field winnows down advertising could have a more powerful impact "Advertising in the best circumstances makes a difference at the margin that is much more noticeable in a general election when youre talking about a two-way race over a long period of time" said Wilner Read More: President Obama: The World I Want My Daughters to Grow Up In Super PACs more negative Overall the candidates who led the field in Iowa ran more positive ads than negative ones according to a Center for Public Integrity analysis of data provided by Kantar Media/CMAG though the outside groups supporting them typically struck a less sunny tone On the Republican side nearly three-quarters of the ads run by the big winner of the night US Sen Ted Cruz of Texas were positive Factoring in ads from the cluster of super PACs supporting him however drops the percentage of positive ads to not quite half of the total Cruz had help from two super PACs Keep the Promise I and Stand for Truth Inc that pumped more than 2500 ads into Iowa markets during the last three weeks of January through Feb 1 saturating the airwaves up until caucus-goers cast their ballots One other pro-Cruz super PAC Keep the Promise III had earlier aired a few dozen ads Advertising of course only tells part of the story Cruzs victory has also been credited to an organized ground game and a strong performance on the stump said Scott Reed who managed Bob Doles 1996 presidential campaign and is now senior political strategist for the US Chamber of Commerce Larry Levy the lawyer for Keep the Promise I a super PAC supporting Cruz said the group intends to continue on its current course "You have a finite amount [of money] and then you figure out whats the most effective way to use that money whether youre running a PAC or a business" he said About 80 percent of the ads run by real estate mogul Donald Trump who finished second were positive Thats essentially the same portion as Rubio and the outside groups supporting him Trump didnt air any ads until January but then sponsored 6280 spots in the lead-up to the caucuses on Feb 1 an average of about 1 TV ad every seven minutes Rubio and the outside groups supporting him took the candidates football roots he was a star player in high school into account in their ad strategy Theyve so far aired roughly 400 ads during football games in Iowa and New Hampshire markets more than any other candidate Rubio even produced a football-specific ad in which he "fields" questions while tossing a football The ad has so far aired 34 times during games in Iowa and New Hampshire markets On the Democratic side Kantar Media/CMAG classified all of Clinton and Sanders ads as positive That includes one Sanders ad widely viewed as attacking Clintons ties to Wall Street that doesnt actually mention her by name Good showing critical Ads are expensive and a good showing in the Iowa caucuses is critical to the ability of campaigns and outside groups to keep attracting funding so they can buy time Annie Presley the former deputy finance director for the Republican George W Bushs 2000 campaign said candidates who arent viable "cant expect people to keep giving" Presley who isnt raising money for anyone this year added: "Those guys who were [at] 2 3 4 5 percent if their money doesnt dry up Ill be very surprised" Coming out of Jeb Bushs sixth-place finish in Iowa his backers say New Hampshire will be critical "He certainly always was expected to do better in New Hampshire" said lobbyist David Beightol a Bush backer who has given $2700 to Bushs campaign On a phone call with donors Tuesday morning Bush campaign officials took no questions and asked only for deployment of volunteers not for money said a Bush bundler who did not want to be identified discussing communications with the campaign "I can imagine they probably have had a conversation which says its fools folly to ask people to raise money right now" the bundler said "Hes got to come out of New Hampshire looking viable" the bundler added Otherwise establishment donors will turn to Rubio who now has momentum after his unexp ectedly strong third-place finish in Iowa Cruz bundler Mica Mosbacher meanwhile said her phone has been blowing up since the caucus results came in Prospective donors have been emailing and texting her including some at 2 am after the caucus win a change from her typically having to chase them down "I am hearing from potential donors that I thought had forgotten me" she told the Center for Public Integrity A typical email for her today: "Ted Cruz had a good night Any fundraisers coming up" Michael Beckel contributed to this report Contact us at editors@timecom Syed’s lawyer, a process in which cold giant platters of crust—or in this case, They say they have so far received “limited” reports of fraud. announced that he would run for a House seat in a coastal Southern California district currently held by Rep Julia Brownley Koerner said. 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