From the Obama campaign
Columbus, OH – Senator Barack Obama’s Ohio campaign will begin airing a new series of statewide television spots throughout the state highlight Obama's record of standing up to special interests and fighting to restore fairness and balance to the economy for working families.
The thirty-second ad entitled “Enough” highlights Obama’s commitment to leveling the economic playing field for the middle class and protecting American jobs by eliminating tax for corporations that move jobs overseas.
In the thirty-second ad entitled "Need," Obama describes American workers as the "bedrock" of our economy and offers his breaks plan to reverse the widening gap between the middle class and the wealthy.
The sixty-second ad, entitled "Choices," discusses Obama's choice to pass up a lucrative career on Wall Street work as a community organizer to help community devastated by a steel plant closing. Throughout his career, Obama has mobilized and united Americans from all backgrounds to bring change.
In the thirty-second ad, entitled “Join,” Obama urges voters to reject the broken political system in Washington and join his movement for change.
The campaign is already running radio ads statewide.
You can watch “Enough” here
You can watch “Need” here
You can watch “Choices” here
Listen to “Join” here