The group in favor of a proposed 1-cent-on-the-dollar Wichita city sales tax has spent a fraction of what the “no” side has spent on broadcast advertising, according to filings broadcast media companies are required to report to the Federal Communications Commission. (Feb. 5, 2013)
The group in favor of a proposed 1-cent-on-the-dollar Wichita city sales tax has spent a fraction of what the “no” side has spent on broadcast advertising, according to filings broadcast media companies are required to report to the Federal Communications Commission. (Feb. 5, 2013) Bo Rader File photo
The group in favor of a proposed 1-cent-on-the-dollar Wichita city sales tax has spent a fraction of what the “no” side has spent on broadcast advertising, according to filings broadcast media companies are required to report to the Federal Communications Commission. (Feb. 5, 2013) Bo Rader File photo

‘No’ vote outspends ‘yes’ in Wichita sales tax campaign

October 18, 2014 02:57 PM

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