Authors: Jeanette Torres
(WASHINGTON) -- President Obama’s senior campaign adviser David Axelrod said Sunday morning on ABC's This Week that the Obama campaign would unveil this week an advertising campaign focused on the president’s accomplishments.
“You’ll see us unveil an advertising campaign, an extensive advertising campaign, that is very much about where we were and where we’ve come and the things that we’ve accomplished, the revitalization of the auto industry, the distance we’ve traveled from when we were losing 800,000 jobs a month, the fact that we’re safer today because bin Laden is gone, that the war in Iraq is over, and -- and many other things that we’re proud of and that speak to the progress that we’ve made since this president was elected,” said Axelrod.
Axelrod made the announcement after he was asked when the campaign would start running advertisements about the president’s record as opposed to the attack advertisements that have dominated the news as of late.
“We’re certainly running on our record,” he said.
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