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I have been asking the last couple of days where Obama's superpac, Priorities USA, was in the closing days.  I was also asking why doesn't Priorities USA bring back the most effective ad of the ENTIRE campaign which is the STAGE ad back to TV in places such as Ohio, Wisconsin, etc.

Well it is about to happen....

http://www.politico.com/...

And here is the MOST EFFECTIVE ad of any campaign or Superpac this entire election.

Well it is back!

Here is what Priorities USA is planning on doing.

New placement of "Stage" -- the ad that Independent and even Republican commentators have called the most powerful ad of 2012. It is the story of Mike Earnest, who built a stage at his plant only to then have executives use it to announce his firing. The ad will run in CO, FL, IA, OH, NV, VA and WI
Other plans that Priorities USA has for the coming days:
New ads to be released in coming days featuring stories of people who represent the thousands of middle class workers who lost their jobs, their pensions and their health benefits after Romney and his firm broke promises and bankrupted companies.
Why is the STAGE ad considered the most effective ad of this election cycle?
In our Ohio focus groups this week, we asked swing voters to name the television ads that stood out most to them, in all the welter of advertising they have seen.  "Stage" is the ad that most frequently came to mind: participants were able to describe it in detail and recall the emotional impact it had on them, despite the fact that it had not run in that market for over six weeks.
I personally believe that the STAGE ad could help to make the difference on whether Obama wins or loses the state of Ohio.  Glad to see that Priorities USA is thinking as I am thinking.
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