It’s a question that every voter will ask come November. What would a Romney Presidency be like? That is precisely what Romney for President’s new campaign ad explains in their new ad entitled “Day One.”
The ad explains various measures that Romney would implement on his first day in office should he win the Presidency in November. Among those measures are the approval of the Keystone XL pipeline, tax cuts and reforms that benefit job creators, and the replacement of Obamacare with “commonsense health care reform.”
But Pennsylvanians won’t see it.
The Romney Campaign declined to comment about the size and scope of the buy, but several media buying sources PoliticsPA spoke to said there was no time paid for in PA.
It follows recent discussion over whether Pennsylvania is indeed a swing state.
In contrast to the Romney Campaign, it seems that the Obama campaign is prioritizing Pennsylvania in the early onset of the presidential campaign. Last week, the Obama campaign released two ads in Pennsylvania, one negative ad attacking Romney, and one positive ad praising the progress of the auto industry. Pennsylvania viewers have not seen ads from the Romney Campaign, only from two pro-Romney super PACs.
While the ad is a touch vague, it sends a positive and effective message with an idea of what Romney’s first day in office would look like. Even though there is a slight jab at President Obama for blocking the Keystone XL Pipeline, the ad steers away from the recent trend of negativity, such as the most recent Crossroads GPS ad.
The Obama campaign said Romney had broken similar promises during his tenure as Massachusetts Governor.
“We know why Mitt Romney didn’t keep his promises- his business experience wasn’t in strengthening companies and creating jobs for long-term economic growth. It was in reaping quick profits for himself and his investors at the expense of workers and communities,” said campaign spokeswoman Lis Smith.