Clinton, McCain, Obama, and Paul Release New Ads
Clinton's 'New Beginning'
Hillary Clinton's new 60-second spot will air in New Hampshire. It tells viewers the nation needs a "new beginning" on health care, education, and foreign affairs.
"It takes strength and experience to bring about change," Clinton says. "I have a very clear records of 35 years fighting for children and families. Fighting for working people. Fighting for our future. I will stand up for you every single day in the White House."
"We're living in a complex and dangerous world that requires a leader who embodies character, judgment and experience. John McCain is that man. John has a backbone of steel," Shlling says.
More Shilling: "He's a man of principle who sticks to his guns. He's been tested like no other politician in America. I've seen some tough competitors in my time, but none tougher than John McCain. He's a winner."
Obama First Democratic Candidate to Air Ads in The Silver State
Barack Obama becomes the first Democratic presidential candidate to air TV ads in Nevada. The ad is exactly the same as the first ad he aired in Iowa back in August.
The spot starts airing Tuesday on broadcast and cable TV stations in the Las Vegas and Reno markets. It touts his financial independence from PACs and lobbyists, and uses footage from his formal announcement ceremony last February.
Obama's campaign has also produced a "How to Caucus" video for Nevada voters, something his Democratic rivals have yet to do.
Paul Airing New Radio Ad in Early Decision States
Ron Paul is spending some of his millions by airing a new 60-second radio ad in Iowa, Nevada, New Hampshire, and South Carolina. It discusses his health care proposals, and reminds voters that Rep. Paul is also a doctor.
"As president, Dr. Ron Paul will make all medical expenses tax deductible," the announcer says. "Dr. Ron Paul supports health savings accounts, so patients and doctors can make the decisions."
Also: "Dr. Ron Paul has cared for thousands of women and children, and he understands. As president, he will solve the health care crisis."
-- Ed O'Keefe
By Ed O'Keefe |
December 9, 2007; 9:25 PM ET
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