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Updated: Deeds To Air Attack Ads in NoVa

Anita Kumar

Democrat Creigh Deeds will launch a new attack TV ad against Republican Bob McDonnell in Northern Virginia starting tonight. Yes, he has had negative ads before, but this one mentions the hot-button issues of abortion and birth control. Take a look:

Updated: Here's a response from the McDonnell campaign: "Creigh Deeds refuses to put together even an outline of a transportation plan, but he's got plenty of time to craft negative, backwards looking attack ads and run a campaign which divides Virginians,'' said Tucker Martin, a McDonnell spokesman. "In these tough times Virginians deserve far better from candidates for the Commonwealth's highest office."

Read the script below:

Narrator: The Washington Post calls Bob McDonnell a 'Culture Warrior'.

And what does that mean for Virginia?

It means:

Bob McDonnell introduced 35 bills to restrict a women's right to choose.

He wants to outlaw abortion -- even in cases of rape and incest.

And McDonnell opposed birth control for married adults.

Learn more about Bob McDonnell's crusade to take Virginia backwards.

Deeds: I'm Creigh Deeds, candidate for Governor and my campaign sponsored this ad.

By Anita Kumar  |  September 9, 2009; 4:44 PM ET
Categories:  Anita Kumar , Campaign Ads , Creigh Deeds , Election 2009 , Robert F. McDonnell  
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We now know what Bob McDonnell stands for 20 years ago and I know who he has become today, but this Independent voter has no clue who C Deeds is after all this negative campaigning. All I know is Deeds is an angry bag of sour grapes who stands for nothing I can point my finger to. Good job for trying to earn my vote.

Posted by: letsfroggy1 | September 10, 2009 10:54 AM | Report abuse

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