Mitt Romney Releases A Slew Of State-Specific Ads

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Mitt Romney has already shown television audiences what he would do on the first day of his hypothetical presidency, but his newest ads reveals what he’d like to do with his first 100 days in office. Mr. Romney released four variations of an ad entitled “First 100 Days” for audiences in Ohio, Virginia, Iowa and North Carolina. The ads contain different promises for each state.

In his Ohio ad, Mr. Romney vows that, on his first day in office he will stand “up to China” and demand “a level playing field for our businesses and workers.” By his hundredth day, Mr. Romney says he will have repealed “regulations that are strangling our energy industry and costing us jobs.” In the end, he says the Buckeye State will be “a better place to do business as we see more factories and jobs coming back.”

For his Virginia ad, Mr. Romney promises that on day one of his hypothetical administration he will “repeal Obamacare” and attack the deficit. By day 100, Mr. Romney says he will have “reversed Obama’s offshore drilling ban, creating thousands of new jobs for Virginians.” He claims all of these plans will leave Virginia with “new life” and “new energy.”

Mr. Romney’s ads in Iowa and North Carolina also begin with a promise to “repeal Obamacare” and attack the deficit on his first day in office. In the Iowa spot, he says by his hundredth day he will be “working towards a balanced budget” leaving Iowans with “fewer worries about their future and their children’s future.” In the North Carolina commercial, Mr. Romney says, by day 100, he will “cut taxes that kill jobs” and bringing the state “new certainty to our economy at the promise of new banking and high tech jobs.”

Watch Mr. Romney’s new ads here, here, here and here.

Mitt Romney Releases A Slew Of State-Specific Ads