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African American voters make case for Hillary Clinton in new ad

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Hillary Clinton is hoping to reach out to the African-American community in a new TV ad. The Clinton campaign released a new advertisement Monday. Shot in barber shops and beauty salons, the 30-second spot features voters explaining why they are voting for Clinton in November. “I don’t want someone running the country as a business,” a woman says in the advertisement. According to the campaign, the ad will air nationally with higher concentrations in Florida, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and North Carolina.

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Matt Gaetz releases latest TV ad

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Matt Gaetz released his latest ad, called “Veterans,” on Monday. He’s aiming to win Florida’s conservative-leaning 1st Congressional District in the Panhandle, home to Hurlburt Field, Eglin AFB and the Pensacola Naval Air Station, home of the Blue Angels. The district “is home to some of our nation’s most important military installations and thousands of brave men and women who serve and who have served in uniform,” Gaetz said in a statement. The Republican state Representative from Fort Walton Beach, and Greg Evers, a GOP state Senator…

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FEA launches second ad, ‘Great Places,’ thanking Charlie Crist for veto of SB 6

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The Florida Education Association is airing a second TV ad praising Charlie Crist for vetoing Senate Bill 6 last week.

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FEA launches second ad, ‘Great Places,’ thanking Charlie Crist for veto of SB 6

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The Florida Education Association is airing a second TV ad praising Charlie Crist for vetoing Senate Bill 6 last week.

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Marco Rubio launches new TV ad – ‘Next’

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Marco Rubio launches new TV ad – ‘Next’

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GOP Govs hit Alex Sink in campaign’s 1st TV ad

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Republican Governors Association spokesman Tim Murtaugh says the media buy is statewide on broadcast and cable, “six-figures” and “significant.” It’s the group’s first ad of 2010, in which 37 states will host governor’s races. “Florida is very important to us,” Murtaugh said. “People will notice this ad.”  

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