New Romney TV, Web Ads Hit Obama On GM Closures, Jobs

The Romney campaign has just released two new advertisements–one for television and the other for the web–attacking President Barack Obama’s record on General Motors and the economy, respectively. The GM ad, produced for TV, aims directly at one of Obama’s supposed selling points–that he “saved” the auto industry–and points to the dealerships that his administration forced to close, often for apparently political reasons. Both feature scenes from Ohio, and are squarely aimed at voters in that crucial swing state.

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