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Jeff Greene up with new ad

Democratic Senate candidate Jeff Greene is airing a new television ad with an increasingly familiar message: as a successful businessman, I know how to create jobs.

Greene has already spent about $5 million of his own money on television, while chief rival Kendrick Meek has yet to spend a dime. How much longer can Meek afford to wait? Or does he have no choice but to reserve his limited resources for the homestretch? A memo from Meek's campaign manager about how he will win is here: Download 07.08.2010. Meek Strategy Memo

This is the second ad where Greene has talking about creating jobs and the importance of investing in "clean energy" -- even though he owns a chain of not-so-clean gas stations where some folks are out of jobs because of the company's bankruptcy filing. More on that is here and the ad is below.


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