Bush Campaign Ad Blitz Begins The first official commercials for President Bush's re-election campaign appear Thursday on cable television in more than a dozen states. The ads, in English and Spanish, emphasize Bush's leadership, the war on terrorism and the economy, but they don't mention his all-but-official Democratic opponent, Sen. John Kerry. NPR's Don Gonyea reports.
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Bush Campaign Launches Ad Blitz

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Bush Campaign Launches Ad Blitz

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Bush Campaign Launches Ad Blitz

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The first official commercials for President Bush's re-election campaign appear Thursday on cable television in more than a dozen states. The ads, in English and Spanish, emphasize Bush's leadership, the war on terrorism and the economy, but they don't mention his all-but-official Democratic opponent, Sen. John Kerry. NPR's Don Gonyea reports.

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