Candidates Look Ahead to Indiana and North Carolina
Her new ad focuses on what she calls the state's biggest issues: "jobs, jobs, jobs." In the spot, she says the U.S. must "stop tax breaks for companies that move jobs overseas...stand up to China.. and fix unfair trade deals." If elected president, she boasts she could provide an additional five million jobs to Americans.
Meanwhile in North Carolina, Clinton is airing a followup to her "Ask Me North Carolina" ad, where she asked voters to submit questions for her to answer.
Here she's seen sitting at a backyard picnic table with voters, answering a question from David about veterans' health care -- a smart question to tackle in a big military state.
-- Ed O'Keefe
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