WASHINGTON (CNN) - Barack Obama’s campaign said Saturday that new two-minute TV ads will blanket Indiana and North Carolina ahead of both states’ pivotal contests this Tuesday.
The ads, dubbed “Minute,” will begin airing in some markets on Sunday night, with the bulk of the spots appearing during Monday evening’s news in both states.
According to the campaign, the Illinois senator makes his “closing argument to Indiana and North Carolina voters, outlining his plans to put an end to the divisive, calculated politics in Washington.”
Obama also speaks out against the gas tax holiday - a plan being supported by rival Democrat Sen. Hillary Clinton and presumptive GOP nominee John McCain.
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Looks like we won Guam......YAHOO!
If Hillary didn't win Guam with her "momentum", she's not electable.
Anyone know the price of gasoline in Guam?
Please correct your 7 votes to 7%. How in the world did you make that mistake? We hope it was not calculated to show a bias.