(CNN) - President Barack Obama's campaign wants voters to "remember" Mitt Romney when they cast their ballots.
But the image of Romney isn't the image the Republican presidential nominee's campaign is pitching.
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Obama's latest ad is a 30-second digest of the arguments he makes against Romney.
"Mitt Romney's plan rolls back regulations on the banks that crashed our economy," the narrator says. "Medicare: voucherized. Catastrophic cuts to education. Millionaires will get one of the largest tax cuts ever, while middle class families pay more."
Romney has pushed back against the claim. He has said that the wealthy will pay the same portion of taxes they do now, although Obama's campaign has continued to hammer him for not saying which tax loopholes and deductions he plans to reduce or eliminate.
In the voting booth, Obama's ad says, there are "no ads, no debates, just you."
The ad will run in Florida, Iowa, Ohio, and Virginia, the campaign said.
Early in-person voting begins on Saturday in Florida, the largest "toss up" prize on the CNN Electoral Map. Saturday also marks the first day of early in-person voting in Maryland, and early voting is underway in a number of other states.
Romney campaign spokeswoman Amanda Henneberg responded to the ad in a statement, saying Obama's "is once again trying to cover up for his lack of an agenda to help the middle class."
"If President Obama is reelected, our national debt will climb to $20 trillion, Medicare will be cut by $716 billion, and millions of middle-class families will be hit with tax increases," she said. "We can’t afford four more years like the last four years. Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan are offering real change for a real recovery, with 12 million new jobs, rising incomes, and a stronger middle class. On November 6, Americans will choose Gov. Romney’s positive agenda over President Obama’s increasingly desperate attacks.”