Both the Obama and Romney campaigns rolled out new television ads in the immediate aftermath of the final Presidential debate in Boca Raton, Florida, with just two weeks until Election Day.
The new Obama ad is targeted at key swing states like Florida and Ohio, and is basically a summary of very familiar arguments by the President on why he should be re-elected.
"We've made real progress," the President says into the camera, "and the last thing we should do is turn back now," arguing that voting in the Republicans will take the country back to the Bush years.
As for the Romney ad, this one comes from last night's debate, and focuses on the "Apology Tour" as Romney derisively labeled the President's trip to the Middle East, where Mr. Obama visited a series of Arab nations, but not Israel.
Expect a lot of ads over the next two weeks as the pace gets a bit more frantic in the race for the White House.
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