The Ron Paul campaign has released a “closing argument” television ad in the key early voting state of New Hampshire.
Entitled ‘Believe’, the 60 second ad will begin broadcasting today and will be the last spot to air in the state before the primary in eight days.
“This election is about trust,” the ad states, featuring Paul supporters and activists, including New Hampshire state Senators Andy Sanborn and Ray White.
“Government has become too big,” Sanborn says. “It’s overtaxing. Overspending.”
The piece takes aim at the federal government and makes a point of Paul’s consistency while all the other candidates have flip flopped on major issues.
“He’s never once voted for a tax increase, never once voted for a unbalanced budget,” one supporter says
“He tells the truth about what he believes, whether you like it or not,” another Paul supporter states.
Another asserts: “When he says he’s going to cut at trillion dollars in the first year, I believe it.”
Watch the ad below:
“Ron Paul is surging in New Hampshire and is in it to win it.” said Ron Paul 2012 National Campaign Chairman Jesse Benton.
“We have a first-class organization and tremendous support from a state where his message of personal and economic liberty resonates well. This ad will serve as the closing argument for why Ron Paul is the only authentic conservative in this race, and the only one capable of bringing authentic change to Washington,” Benton added.