New Ones From Obama and Edwards
In addition to a new ad from Hillary Clinton out today, Barack Obama is airing a new ad in South Carolina called "Hope and Change." It uses the same music he used in a radio ad aimed at Black voters, and you'll notice the TV ad focuses on his work as a civil rights lawyer, while showing images of him in speaking with predominantly African American crowds.
Meanwhile, John Edwards will hit Palmetto State airwaves this week with an ad all about Thanksgiving.
"For two parents who brought me home here, and worked so hard to give us a better life. For 30 years with one amazing woman, and for four wonderful children. For 231 years of America. For the hopes and determination of a nation filled with the most optimistic people on earth. And for this place where I was born, and all of you who have welcomed us into your homes and hearts, thank you."
A similar version is airing in Iowa and New Hampshire, and does not play up Edwards' Seneca, S.C. roots.
-- Ed O'Keefe
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