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 and a gallon of gas."
Clinton says it's "time that the American worker had a partner in the White House."
The second Indiana ad is called Spoke Out - Indiana. The ad says Clinton disagreed with Bush's economic plan and that she "called for action on the energy crisis years ago, but Bush did nothing."
And lastly, Oregon's primary is May 20. Clinton released this television spot focusing on "green jobs" and dealing with the energy crisis. She also talks about revamping No Child Left Behind and implementing universal health care. With all these proposals, Clinton says "it's going to take a fighter to meet these challenges. If you give me the chance, together we'll turn the country around."
The ad is called Turn
-- Emily Freifeld
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