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WASHINGTON (CNN) -- The Obama campaign launches the first in a series of positive ads, designed to highlight the president's record on the economy and foreign policy.
This ad is called "Go."
It begins by addressing voters' concerns about the economy and reminding viewers, he inherited economic fallout from the previous administration.
The ad also says Obama's policies have helped middle-class Americans.
Obama's senior adviser David Axelrod brushed off Republican candidate Mitt Romney's accusations that the president is running away from his record, during an appearance on ABC's "This Week."