WASHINGTON (CNN) – The Democratic National Committee launching a new television ad in anticipation of President Obama's 100th day in office.
The new ad, titled "Foundation for Change," focuses on some of Obama's legislative accomplishments during his young administration and highlights the president's three primary domestic policy agenda items – energy, health care, and education.
The 60-second spot spotlights the passage of Obama's $787 stimulus bill along with legislation that expanded funding for children's health insurance and a bill that made it easier to sue for pay discrimination.
The ad also features footage from Obama's address to a joint session of Congress soon after his swearing-in, where he laid out his ambitious domestic policy agenda, and made the case for pursuing it even as the country struggled to jumpstart a deeply recessionary economy. The ad calls Obama's domestic agenda "a bold plan for the future."
"Foundation for Change" will air on cable Tuesday and Wednesday nationally and in the Washington, D.C. area, according to the DNC.
Wednesday will mark Obama's 100th day in office. The president is scheduled to hold a primetime press conference on that day.