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Archive: May 4, 2008 - May 10, 2008

Wilson and Plame Star in New Clinton Ad

Former CIA operative Valerie Plame Wilson and her husband, former Ambassador Joseph Wilson, star in a new ad for Hillary Rodham Clinton. "Strongest Plan" is a 30-second spot that discusses Clinton's plans for ending the war in Iraq. "Ending the Iraq war means a lot to us, and that's why...

By Ed O'Keefe | May 10, 2008; 5:00 AM ET | Comments (67)

(Chelsea) Clinton's Mother's Day Message

A new, online-only video voiced by Chelsea Clinton urges supporters to send her mom a special Mother's Day message. The production includes several photos of the former first daughter, her mother, and grandmother. "Remember, your little girls can be anything they want to be in America when they grow up....

By Ed O'Keefe | May 9, 2008; 6:32 PM ET | Comments (25)

Bill Clinton Gets Testy With Heckler

At campaign event in Fayetteville, West Virgina, former President Bill Clinton exchanged sharp words with a woman in the audience. The woman, who turned out to be a supporter of Sen. Barack Obama, said in an interview after the event that she asked President Clinton about his wife's healthcare initiatives...

By washingtonpost.com | May 9, 2008; 2:17 PM ET | Comments (26)

McCain's Mother's Day Message

In honor of Mother's Day (May 11 -- don't forget!), the McCain campaign released this video of Sen. John McCain chatting with his mom, Roberta, about the day he was born in 1936. McCain has frequently mentioned his mother on the campaign trail when people question his age as a...

By washingtonpost.com | May 8, 2008; 4:25 PM ET | Comments (2)

Clinton Releases New Ads in Indiana, Oregon

Two days before the Indiana primary, Sen. Hillary Clinton released two 30-second television spots. The first one, called Partner, focuses on jobs and the economy in Indiana. Clinton supporters give their testimonials on how the economy is affecting their lives, from "living paycheck-to-paycheck" to deciding "between a gallon of milk...

By washingtonpost.com | May 5, 2008; 2:04 PM ET | Comments (14)

 

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