In the 2010 U.S. Senate elections, there were definitely some memorable campaign videos. In today’s blog post, we take a look at how these videos faired online by counting down the top 10 videos by the amount of YouTube views they received. While most of these videos were produced as television spots, in today’s world it is incredibly important to push them online as well and the videos below garnered the most attention.
A few numbers before we get into the videos:
1. Unlike the top 10 state committee videos, all 10 of these videos were professionally produced.
2. 9 out of the 10 videos were produced by Republican candidates, including all of the top 5.
3. Christine O’Donnell led the way with 3 videos in the top 10. Carly Fiorina and Sharron Angle each had 2 (Note: all 3 candidates lost their respective races).
4. The top 10 videos accounted for 2,823,499 YouTube views.
1.) Christine O’Donnell: I’m You
2.) Hot Air: The Movie
3.) The Wave
4.) Chris Coons the Taxman
6.) Dead Aim – Joe Manchin for West Virginia TV Ad
7.) Christine O’Donnell: What I’m made of
8.) Missouri’s Future
9.) Welcome to Nevada, Mr. President
10.) Rubio for Senate Ad, “A Generational Choice”