Hillary Clinton has unveiled her first campaign commercial for Iowa due to start airing on Tuesday. She calls the ad ‘Invisable.’ It is her standard campaign speech intertwined with scenes of Clinton. “If you’re a family that is struggling and you don’t have health care, you are invisible to this president,” she says in the ad. “If you’re a single mom trying to find affordable child care so you can go to work, you’re invisible too.” “Americans from all walks of life across our country may be invisible to this president but they’re not invisible to me and they won’t be invisible to the next president of the United States,” Clinton says to applause. The ad was reveled by Tom Vilsack at a news conference. According to Vilsack, “This is the Hillary Clinton, not the one who has been vilified by some, but the Hillary Clinton who cares deeply about the people most in need.” Clinton hopes this ad will give her a needed boost she needs in Iowa. Current polls show she is tied in second with Barack Obama with John Edwards leading both of them in the polls.
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