Obama campaign makes first moves toward major ad buys
January 17th, 2012
06:50 PM ET

Obama campaign makes first moves toward major ad buys


(CNN) - President Barack Obama's re-election team is taking the first initial steps towards launching campaign commercials.

The Obama re-election team is requesting rates for potentially large ad buys in key states, a Democratic source confirms to CNN. The source adds that "no decision's been made yet."

Another source familiar with the request says the Obama campaign has inquired about commercial rates in the following states: Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Minnesota, New Mexico, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin.

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  1. dreamer96

    All Obama has to do to get elected is show the GOP debate crowds responding to the GOP candidates..."Let him die for not having insurance"....The news clips of the Tea Party rallies, and that kind of stuff, and it's all over for the GOP, and the Tea Party, and everyone that signed that Grover Norquist pledge, they are all gone.

    January 18, 2012 at 10:41 am |
  2. Howard

    Yeah ... obama, the 'food stamp' President, can show photos of the rat infested occupiers, unemployment lines, foreclosures, S&P downgrades ... Polarization ... listening to Wright scream 'God Damn America' ( for 20 years) ... voter fraud ... union thugs ... lavish obama vacations and parties ... Solyndra ... Dodd-Frank ... 'pass it to see what's in it legislation ... his ridiculous undeserved nobel prize ... Fast and Furious gun sales to drug cartels ... etc., etc., etc. !!!

    January 18, 2012 at 11:22 am |