From Obama Spokesman Bill Burton, a release on the second ad, a link and a script. In that order. Also a list of the 18 states where the ad will air.
Obama Campaign Releases second General Election Television Ad
30 Second Ad “Dignity” to Air in 18 States
CHICAGO, IL – The Obama campaign today announced the release of its second television advertisement for the general election. The thirty second ad, entitled “Dignity,” will begin airing in eighteen states across the country today underscoring Senator Obama’s commitment to being an advocate for workers and children.
The spot highlights Senator Obama’s decision to bypass big money jobs and help lift neighborhoods stung by job loss. The ad illustrates Senator Obama’s record of working hard to move people from welfare to work, passing tax cuts for workers and providing healthcare for children.
The ad will air in Alaska, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Indiana, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, and Virginia.
You can watch “Dignity” LINK
SCRIPT – “Dignity”
OBAMA: I’m Barack Obama, and I approve this message.
Announcer: He worked his way through college and Harvard Law.
Turned down big money offers, and helped lift neighborhoods stung by job loss. Fought for workers’ rights.
He passed a law to move people from welfare to work, slashed the rolls by eighty percent. Passed tax cuts for workers; health care for kids.
As president, he’ll end tax breaks for companies that export jobs, reward those that create jobs in America.
And never forget the dignity that comes from work.