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Will Pro-Clinton Group Bring Ads To Pennsylvania?

Politico.com is speculating that a 527 group supporting U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton will be bringing its ads to Pennsylvania television stations soon.

Will Pro-Clinton Group Bring Ads To Pennsylvania?

Politico.com is speculating that a 527 group supporting U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton will be bringing its ads to Pennsylvania television stations soon.

The American Leadership Project naturally didn't want to talk to Politico about its possible upcoming strategy. 

Here's a link to an ad the group ran in Ohio.  It doesn't mention U.S. Sen. Barack Obama by name but takes a clear shot at him, straight out of Clinton's recent playbook, with a voice-over and on-screen text saying: "If speeches could create jobs, we wouldn't be facing a recession."

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