Sunday, February 7, 2016

New Obama ad touts jobs improvement

President's re-election campaign launches new ad in Colorado, Nevada and Virginia discussing job-creation record.

New Obama ad touts jobs improvement


The Obama campaign relased a new television ad, "Main Street," Monday that features a series of regular working people who testify the economy is improving, to the tune of 5.2 million newly created private sector jobs over the past 30 months, and the lowest national unemployment rate since 2009.

"Stick with this guy," a man says at the end of the spot. "He will move us forward."

The ad is scheduled to air in Colorado, Nevada and Virginia, campaign officials said.

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