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Ad of the day: Remember November

The main feature today is this movie trailer Web video from the Republican Governors Association.

The audio track employs a wall-of-sound technique that includes epic music and a mixture of excerpts from news reports and speeches all played seemingly at once. The video is a series of fast cuts using footage and stills of Obama, Wall Street, seemingly disgruntled constituents and sad children. While the election is not coming to a theater near you (at least not yet), this ad might make you wish it was.

In other political ad news:

- Yes, we know about the "hicks" snafu. The National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) is taking it down. Do you think the ad's offensive? Vote in the Daily Fix Poll.

- The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee is airing an ad in West Virginia attacking Republican John Rease with the claim that Rease "opposed cracking down" on China over fair trade rules on steel production.

- The NRSC has posted an ad attacking Jack Conway, claiming he "flip-flopped" in his position on the Bush tax cuts. The ad ends saying, "Hey, Jack, waffles are for breakfast, not for Senators."

- The Associated Press reports that Wisconsin Senate candidate and Milwaukee mayor Tom Barrett (D) will use money from a fundraiser with Vice President Joe Biden to air more TV ads. The race is tight, and Barrett acknowledges that voters are tiring of the constant ad war. "It's part of the democracy we have right now," Barrett said.

- The Associated Press reports that New York gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino is buying three minutes of airtime on TV stations state wide to address voters.

- Hotline On Call reports that The Club for Growth has stepped into its first House race since primary season with an ad attacking House Budget Committee Chairman Rep. John Spratt (D-S.C.).

By Emi Kolawole  | October 7, 2010; 11:30 AM ET
Categories:  44 The Obama Presidency, Ad of the day  
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