(CNN) - A major conservative, nonprofit group on Tuesday released a new television ad, featuring voters who backed President Barack Obama in 2008 but have since changed their minds.
Americans for Prosperity, partially funded by industrialists David and Charles Koch, will shell out $7 million for the one-minute spot titled, "Has President Obama Earned Your Vote?"
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In the commercial, voters express regret over casting their ballots for Obama four years ago.
"I had hoped that the new president would bring new jobs–not major layoffs, not people going through major foreclosures on their homes," one woman says in the ad.
Another voter adds: "He said he was going to cut the deficit in his first term. I've seen zero interest in reducing spending. He inherited a bad situation, but he made it worse."
Piling on, a third voter says: "I still believe in hope and change. I just don't think Obama is the way to go for that."
The group says the ad will run beginning Wednesday on broadcast and cable in 11 battleground states: Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Minnesota, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wisconsin.
The new ad comes one week after Americans for Prosperity, which has already spent tens of millions on ads critical of Obama, launched another commercial blaming the president for the rising debt. At the time, the group told CNN it would spend up to $27 million total to run spots on TV, as well as social and new media, over the coming weeks.
- CNN Political Editor Paul Steinhauser contributed to this report.