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Barack Obama For President: "Rural"

Producer: GMMB and AKP Message & Media

Barack Obama For President: "Rural"

 

Running Time: 0:60

Debut Date: Jan. 24, 2008

Ad Buy: statewide in Missouri

 

Cost: not available

Script of "Rural" (Radio)

BARACK OBAMA: I'm Barack Obama, and I approve this message.

CLAIRE MCCASKILL: Hi, this is Sen. Claire McCaskill. Growing up my mother always taught me you get more done...

BETTY ANN MCCASKILL: ... you get more done, when you bring people together and really listen.

JEAN CARNAHAN: And tell the truth.

 

CLAIRE MCCASKILL: That's why mom and I are proud to support Barack Obama, along with our good friend, Jean Carnahan.

JEAN CARNAHAN: We know Barack Obama can bring real change.

BETTY ANN MCCASKILL: He's honest and tells it like it is. And he'll finally make health care more affordable.

JEAN CARNAHAN: Barack Obama has a real plan that jumpstarts our economy, helps homeowners facing foreclosure and cuts taxes for middle-class families and seniors.

BETTY ANN MCCASKILL: Not that we know any seniors.

JEAN CARNAHAN: Barack Obama can bring Democrats and Republicans together again to get something done.

CLAIRE MCCASKILL: This is Senator Claire McCaskill.

BETTY ANN MCCASKILL: And Betty Ann McCaskill.

JEAN CARNAHAN: And Senator Jean Carnahan.

CLAIRE MCCASKILL: Vote for Barack Obama on Tuesday, Feb. 5. He's exactly the change we know Missouri needs.

BETTY ANN MCCASKILL: He's change...

JEAN CARNAHAN: ... we can believe in.

ANNOUNCER: Paid for by Obama for America.

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