The morning after the final presidential debate, President Barack Obama’s campaign has released a 60-second TV ad, during which the president speaks directly to the camera and lays out his plan for the next four years.
“There’s just no quit in America and you’re seeing that right now,” Obama says in the spot, which is airing here and in New Hampshire, North Carolina, Florida, Ohio, Wisconsin and Colorado, according to the campaign.
“Over 5 million new jobs. Exports up 41 percent. Home values rising. Our auto industry — back. And our heroes are coming home. We’re not there yet but we’ve made real progress and the last thing we should do is turn back now.
“Here’s my plan for the next four years: making education and training a national priority, building on our manufacturing boom, boosting American-made energy, reducing the deficits responsibly by cutting where we can, and asking the wealthy to pay a little more. And ending the war in Afghanistan, so we can do some nation-building here at home. That’s the right path.”
Obama urges viewers to read his plan and compare it to that of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney “and decide which is better for you.”
Obama ends with: “It’s an honor to be your president and I’m asking for your vote so together, we can keep moving America forward.”