(CNN) - With two weeks left until Election Day, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is running his closing statements on television.
A series of campaign ads released Tuesday morning feature footage of the candidate at Monday night's presidential debate, including a 30-second spot which is an excerpt of his closing statement.
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In "The Clear Path," Romney is delivering his closing statement directly into the camera.
"There are two very different paths the country can take," Romney said. "One is a path represented by the President, which, at the end of four years, would mean we'd have $20 trillion in debt, heading towards Greece. I'll get us on track to a balanced budget."
The Republican candidate also outlines differences in take-home pay, employment, and food stamps.
"I'll work with you. I'll lead you in an open and honest way. And I ask for your vote. I'd like to be the next President of the United States to support and help this great nation, and to make sure that we all together maintain America as the hope of the earth," he said, concluding the debate.
A second 30-second spot also uses debate footage from the candidates' exchange on the US military. In the debate, Romney said, "this, in my view, is the highest responsibility of the President of the United States, which is to maintain the safety of the American people."
The ad shows Obama saying, "the world needs a strong America, and it is stronger now than when I came into office."
Romney counters, "Our Navy is smaller now than at any time since 1917.… That's unacceptable to me."
Earlier on Tuesday, Romney released an ad based on Romney's comments in the debate that Obama had made an international "apology tour" as president.
On a call with reporters, Obama senior campaign adviser David Axelrod took a swipe at the title of one of the ads, "Clear Path."
"That has to be a joke. I mean, there's nothing clear about the path except for that he's been consistently wrong on a lot of these issues," he said. "I will make you a $10,000 bet that you can't tell me how Governor Romney is going to balance this budget and he couldn't tell the people of our country that last night."
Obama also released a campaign ad Tuesday morning, but it does not use footage from the debate.
Romney's campaign did not say where their spots would run, nor how much ad time they had purchased.
- CNN's Ashley Killough contributed to this report