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Monday, June 26, 2006

View DeStefano's new ad

John DeStefano unveiled a new ad in which he goes after Wal-Mart. View it below.

I think this ad is very well done and will serve him well with union supporters (Note: the AFL-CIO will endorse DeStefano tomorrow).

While I'm at it, you have to check out DeStefano's much improved blog. His campaign team stepped up their game and added video content to their site. This is how campaigns should use the internet to their advantage. Video content is the key to attracting an audience and DeStefano's team seems to understand this very well. As one of the first state blogs to add original video to a site, I'm very happy that other blogs and campaigns are using this underutilize tool.