(CNN) - Hillary Clinton – outspent by Barack Obama 5-to-1 on Wisconsin’s airwaves in the weeks before her Tuesday loss – debuted another new ad in Texas and two in Ohio Friday, with less than two weeks to until critical votes in both delegate-rich states.
“In Texas when there’s work to be done, talk doesn’t cut it,” says the announcer in ‘Deliver,’ over images that include a wounded veteran, a group of schoolchildren, and a pick-up truck loaded with bales of hay. “You gotta roll up your sleeves, stand your ground and deliver… In Texas, it’s better done than said, and when it’s all said and done, Hillary delivers.”
The 30-second spot seems to echo a frequent Clinton criticism of Obama: that he represents “speeches, not solutions.”
A new Clinton ad in Ohio is featuring footage of the New York senator telling campaign trail crowds that “It’s time to level the playing field against the special interests.”
The ad highlights Clinton’s plans to cut taxes for the middle class, end corporate loopholes, and help the economy generate jobs – a major concern in the Midwestern state.
The campaign is also running a 30-second spot featuring former astronaut and four-term Senator John Glenn, who recently endorsed Clinton’s presidential bid.
–CNN’s Jeff Simon