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below, from the Obama for American campaign about ad released Monday titled "Go"...

Obama for America Announces New Television Ad: "Go"

CHICAGO, IL -- Obama for America today released a new television ad titled "Go" -- which details President Obama's commitment to the American worker and belief that a strong and growing economy that's built to last starts with returning to the basic values of fairness and opportunity that made our country great.

From rescuing the auto industry on the verge of financial collapse to cracking down on risky financial deals that crashed our economy, the moment President Obama took the oath of office he has fought for a forward-looking America, where hard work pays off and responsibility is rewarded, where everyone has a fair shot and does their fair share, and everyone from Wall Street to Main Street plays by the same set of rules. And instead of losing jobs, we are now creating them--4.2 million jobs over 26 consecutive months of private sector growth.

But there's still more to do to keep America moving forward and restore economic security for the middle class. That is why President Obama is running for re-election, because America can not afford to go back.

"Go" will air in Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Nevada, New Hampshire, Iowa, North Carolina, Florida and Colorado.
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