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Jim Webb's first television ad is set to run on Monday, September 11. It is available to view online now, right here!. It's a 30 second spot titled "Gipper" and it makes clear Webb's military background. See the email sent out to Webb supports after the flip.

Dear Friend,

On Monday, our campaign will air our first television ad. This is a major milestone for our campaign. Without you, we would not be where we are today. And without you, we would not have the resources to go up on the air this early.

That's why I wanted to give you, one of our earliest and most dedicated supporters, a sneak peek at our ad, before anyone will see the ad on TV.

This ad introduces Virginians to Jim's exceptional record of service to our country, a record of service our opponent, George Allen, simply cannot match. What we've learned over and over again in this campaign is that when voters learn about Jim Webb, they're ready to support Jim. They realize Jim is the "soldier, scholar, leader" we need to get our country back on track. And Jim is a leader Virginians can be proud of.

Once you've watched the ad, please forward this message to everyone you know. We need to introduce Jim to every single voter in Virginia. If we're able to achieve that, there's no doubt in my mind we'll win in November.


Jessica Vanden Berg
Campaign Manager
Webb for Senate

Originally posted to davestroup on Fri Sep 08, 2006 at 08:56 AM PDT.

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