Hot on the heels of a decisive victory over GOP rival Mitt Romney in last night’s foreign policy debate, the Obama campaign has released a new ad.
Entitled “Determination,” the 1 minute spot acts as a closing argument for the President, outlining his future plans for the nation.
It has a decidedly softer, more hopeful tone than the nasty attack ads we’ve been inundated with over the past few months.
“In the spot, Obama speaks directly to the camera about his plans for a second term, including boosting manufacturing and spending on education. He also touts first-term accomplishments, including the bailout of the auto industry and the end of the Iraq war.
The ad’s softer tone is a departure from the sharply critical spots the campaign has run in recent weeks as it seeks to stall Republican Mitt Romney’s momentum.
The ad is running in seven battleground states: New Hampshire, Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, Ohio, Wisconsin and Colorado.”
Check out Obama’s “Determination” below:
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