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Restore Our Future

"Flatline" +
:30 ad run from Oct. 30, 2012 run in CO, IA, ME, MI, NV, OH, PA, VA and WI and national.

[Music] Male Announcer: If you saw this line in the ER, you'd be panicked.

Well, this flatline is Barack Obama's economy.  

23 million looking for full-time work.  Middle-class incomes falling.  Spending and debt exploding.

And Obama's second term agenda is the same as the first.  

If you don't jump-start America's economy now, your economy stays dead four more years.

Demand better.

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Notes: From the Oct. 30 press release...

Obama's "Flatline" Economy Featured in New Restore Our Future Ad

Pro-Romney group launches $20.1 million ad buy in final week

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Restore Our Future today launched a new $20.1 million ad campaign that targets President Obama's "flatlined" economy.  The spot will run on national broadcast TV as well as in nine key battleground states:  Colorado, Iowa, Maine, Michigan, Nevada, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin.

"In one week, voters will decide on the future of our country," said Charlie Spies, Treasurer of Restore Our Future.  "President Obama promises to continue the same failed policies from the past four years and Mitt Romney offers a clear plan and an optimistic vision to create 12 million new jobs.  Romney has momentum, Obama is on defense and in seven days, the American people will stand up for a new direction and the promise to restore the American Dream for countless generations."

The ad campaign begins on October 30, running through November 6.  Restore Our Future will be running "New Normal" on national broadcast and Pennsylvania and a new ad, "Flatline" in Colorado, Iowa, Maine, Michigan, Nevada, Ohio, Virginia, and Wisconsin.

State-by-State Breakdown of Restore Our Future Ad Buy

Colorado:  $880,000
Iowa:  $1.4 million

Maine (2nd Congressional District only): $490,000
Michigan:  $2.2 million

Nevada:  $1.3 million

Ohio:  $2.4 million

Pennsylvania: $2.1 million
Virginia:  $2.8 million

Wisconsin:  $1.6 million
National: $5 million