Four More From Clinton in Final Day of Campaigning
SCRANTON, PA. -- The latest poll suggests four percent of Pennsylvania's likely Democratic voters are still undecided about tomorrow's primary. If they happen to watch TV today, they'll be coaxed by several new ads from Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
Over the weekend, Obama started airing two new messages, touting his newspaper endorsements, and attacking Clinton's health care plans.
In total, Clinton has started airing five new ones: one in response to Obama's new ads, and these four:
Key Sound Bite: "Harry Truman said it best, 'If you can't stand the heat, get out of the kitchen.' Who do you think has what it takes?"
Key Sound Bite: "In the last ten years, Barack Obama has taken almost $2 million from lobbyists, corporations and PACs. The head of his New Hampshire campaign is a drug company lobbyist. In Indiana, an energy lobbyist."
A collage of Pennsylvanians says: "Hillary really fights for the working people. She really has the middle class interest at heart. We need a leader who cares about the people. Hillary's for families. She's for people like me. And I believe she will follow through on what she's said she will do."
Key Sound Bite: "America is desperate for economic leadership. But we've come back before, and we'll do it again. All it takes is a president who knows how."
-- Ed O'Keefe
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