Clinton and Obama's Latest Indiana Ads
For starters, Obama is airing a 60-second biographical message called "Opportunity." This message -- complete with old family photos, grainy black and white video, and emphasis on his grandmother's work in a bomber factory -- also ran in Pennslyvania, a state economicially and demographically similar to Indiana.
Clinton is also airing a 30-second biography of her own. "Dreams" reminds Hoosier State voters that Clinton also grew up in neighboring Ilinois.
Meanwhile, Obama is airing several other spots, many that have previously aired in other states.
"Nothing's Changed" is a spot Obama also aired in Pennsylvania that features him stating he does not accept political donations from lobbyists or oil companies. This spot started several days' worth of televised back and forth about whether or not Obama has accepted money from oil companies or their employees:
"For Decades" also tells viewers that Obama will not accept political donations from Washington lobbyists.
"Toughest" tells Indiana the story of Obama's Illinois legislative career, and once again reminds them he does not accept lobbyist donations:
"Join" previously aired in Pennsylvania. It's an empowerment message aimed at younger voters:
An earlier version of "Enough" aired in Iowa. This version asks viewers to "Vote Early Now" in Indiana:
-- Ed O'Keefe
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