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New Ads Sharpen Tone Of Fall Campaign

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New Ads Sharpen Tone Of Fall Campaign

Election 2008: Money, Media & Influence

New Ads Sharpen Tone Of Fall Campaign

New Ads Sharpen Tone Of Fall Campaign

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The Obama camp initially said the best way to counter criticism from GOP vice presidential pick Sarah Palin was to ignore it. But ads this week take a different tack. Jim VandeHei of Politico.com discusses the tone of the fall campaign with Madeleine Brand.