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Charlie Crist on the air

Gov. Charlie Crist announced new radio and television spots for his U.S. Senate campaign today, seeking a blast of publicity before Sunday's debate with rival Marco Rubio.

It's a one-two, positive-negative punch. The radio ad tries to shore up Crist's conservative credentials by emphasizing his opposition to the new health care law. The tv ad attacks Rubio as an unethical political insider.

Here's the TV ad:


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Saint Petersblog

Onslaught: @marcorubio responds to Crist's negative TV ads with his own brutal web video.


Joe from Pensacola

Go Charlie!

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