Campaign Ad War Comes to D.C.
With only a few days before the Potomac Primaries, candidate ads are airing on TVs and radios across the Washington, D.C. region. Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and John McCain have purchased airtime in the Washington, D.C. market (which covers Northern Virginia and parts of Maryland), and other markets in The Free State, and the Old Dominion.
"Caroline," starring Caroline Kennedy, is airing in the Washington, D.C. market:
"President" is airing in the D.C. and some Virginia markets:
"Join" is also airing in the D.C. and separate Virginia markets:
"Enough" ad is airing in Maryland:
"Future" is also airing in Maryland:
"Free Fall" is airing in D.C., Maryland and Virginia:
"Can Do" is also airing in D.C., Maryland and Virginia:
Both of Clinton's ads also aired in Super Tuesday states.
In recent days, McCain's attack ad against Mitt Romney, named "Trust," aired in the D.C. market. The ad has aired since Romney's decision to end his campaign on Thursday:
-- Ed O'Keefe
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