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Obama Campaign Releases Positive Ad 'Main Street'

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The campaign of President Barack Obama released a positive spot Monday, portraying economic improvement during his term.

"We've gone from pulling into our parking lot, which was so depressing -- there would be two or three cars in this parking lot -- to our parking lot being full," says a woman.

"We have a whole second shift that we brought in, new employees, and we have a future at our plant now," says another woman.

"When you look at the president's plan, I don't think there can be any question that we're on the right course for today's economy," says a man.

"President Obama does get what people need, and that's jobs and the opportunity to help themselves," says another man.

"Stick with this guy. He will move us forward," says a third man.

The ad is airing in Colorado, Iowa, Nevada and Virginia.

The spot is a rejoinder to the argument made by Mitt Romney that the economy hasn't improved during the president's term. Romney released a spot last week highlighting his debate performance and numbers that show middle-class Americans' incomes falling.

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