I want to share the final version of the now famous 'The Public v John McCain' ad, we're now calling 'Judgment.' The original has over 270,000 YouTube views & hopefully you'll think this one is even tighter. The changes are to the first line, focusing the ad on McCain's judgment in supporting Bush, instead of Bush's rating which is well known already. The clips of Chris Matthews, etc. have been swapped for more of McCain/Bush, and the polling numbers are highlighted to a greater degree.
Here's the final version (let's get it up to 270k views as well!):
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This spot is going up in Ohio tomorrow for a run through Sunday in Dayton. Tomorrow I will buy for the following week in Michigan. We're going to cover as much as possible of the state, based on the final budget. Rotating in that buy also is our 'Community Organizer' ad, created by ourhispanicvoices:
I've added an additional support method by signing up for an ActBlue account. By clicking our ActBlue link, you can support us directly, as well as easily share our effort with friends & other Obama supporters, or even create your own fundraising page & track your direct results. This is in addition to our direct contribution page at TruthandHope.Org where our mailing information is also available for those who wish to send checks.
We've been working to make it a more user friendly experience & create more options. ActBlue was a suggestion I was sent, and any other suggestions are alway more than welcome. I try to respond to as many emails as possible, but can guarantee that they are all read by myself at eugene (at) truthandhope dot org
Another idea that was submitted was for a facebook group which we have so you can share what we're going with Obama supporters on their network as well.
We are working on three additional spots, all focused on putting McCain/Palin on the defense of their indefensible record & positions. I believe there is no reason to do other than go on the offensive, when we have the facts on our side & McCain/Palin are clearly out of step with the majority of Americans.