(CNN) - The first ad of the 2012 presidential campaign will air Sunday in support of Indiana Republican Gov. Mitch Daniels.
The 30-second spot sponsored by the Students for Daniels Political Action Committee will run once during local news in Iowa, New Hampshire and Indiana over the next week and premiere during the Pro Bowl Sunday in Des Moines, according to Max Eden, National Director for the group.
A young, blonde woman narrates the spot, which contrasts the policies of President Obama with those of Daniels.
"So I met this guy a couple years ago, he told me he was different. He bought me a car; he even subsidized my medical insurance. Everything was perfect until I got my credit card bill. Turns out he was spending all of my money," she says. "Now there's a new man in my life- Mitch Daniels. He doesn't need to rely on fancy rhetoric or empty promises. You know what he's all about? Fiscal responsibility."
The unofficial PAC was founded to draft the Republican governor to run for president. Daniels has said he will not make a decision about running for president until after the Indiana legislative session ends in April.
The group did not immediately return a request for comment regarding the size of the ad buy.