Clinton unveiled her first campaign ad Monday.
WASHINGTON (CNN) - New York Sen. Hillary Clinton released the first political ad of her presidential campaign on Monday, promising to make health care affordable and criticizing President Bush for ignoring people that she calls "invisible."
"Americans from all walks of life across our country may be invisible to this president, but they’re not invisible to me, and they won’t be invisible to the next President of the United States," Clinton said in the ad.
Former Iowa Gov. Tom Vilsack, once a presidential candidate and now a national co-chair of her campaign, unveiled the spot at a news conference Monday morning in Des Moines.
"Too many Americans - middle class families, families without health care and child care, returning veterans – have been invisible to this President and this government,” he said. “That will change when Hillary Clinton becomes President.”
The ad will start running in Iowa on Tuesday.
– CNN Associate Producer Lauren Kornreich