Obama is hitting New Hampshire airwaves with his fifth ad this weekend.
MANCHESTER, New Hampshire (CNN) - Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama will launch his fifth ad in New Hampshire Saturday that focuses on restoring "balance" to the tax code and protecting the middle class.
In the 30 second spot, the Illinois senator discusses the widening gap between Wall Street and Main street and calls for closing corporate loopholes, tax breaks for families, and eliminating taxes on seniors that earn less than 50,000 dollars.
“Obama talks about balance, but sadly his reckless fiscal policies are tipping further and further to the left as he proposes more and more spending," a spokesman from the Republican National Committee responded. "The only semblance of balance we’ll see from Obama’s policies are spending and taxes increasing together."
– CNN New Hampshire Producer Sareena Dalla