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The Trail: 2012 Presidential News from the Field

Campaign 2012

Super PAC to Launch $25 Million Ad Buy Attacking Obama

Crossroads GPS, one of the super PACs backing Mitt Romney, will spend $25 million on ads attacking President Obama in 10 states this month, the Associated Press reported.

The super PAC, affiliated with Republican strategist Karl Rove, will kick off the campaign on Thursday with an $8 million ad buy on a spot to run in Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia.

The advertisement, the AP reports, attacks Obama on his spending policies and quotes him saying, "We need solutions, not just promises." The ad highlights what it claims are the president's broken promises on the housing crisis, health care and tax reform.

The Crossroads GPS ad buy follows the launch of an anti-Romney ad by the Obama campaign on Monday.



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