McCain, Obama Launch New Radio Ads

By: Associated Press
By: Associated Press

John McCain can be a Berliner, too.

The Republican National Committee decided to have a little fun with Barack Obama's widely anticipated speech Thursday at Berlin's Victory Column. It is airing anti-Obama ads in Berlin's namesakes in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and New Hampshire.

The 60-second ad accuses Obama of voting against allocating money for military troops.

Meantime, Obama has begun broadcasting a new Spanish language radio ad in Colorado, Florida, New Mexico and Nevada that seeks to connect with Latino and Hispanic voters by highlighting his middle-class roots and work on jobs-related issues.

The ad refers to his work as a community organizer in Chicago.

Polls show Obama well ahead of McCain among Hispanic and Latino voters.


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  • by Native Location: CS on Jul 23, 2008 at 03:13 PM
    I am not surprised the Latino/Hispanic community is behind O'Bama.
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