More NewsObama Looks Ahead to North Carolina, Indiana

Obama Looks Ahead to North Carolina, Indiana

Barack Obama's camp is wasting no time looking ahead to the North Carolina and Indiana primaries

ClickZ_Campaign08_katefinal.jpgBarack Obama’s camp is wasting no time looking ahead to the North Carolina and Indiana primaries. The campaign has been targeting ads to North Carolina and Indiana Web users for at least a few days now, in the hopes of getting them to register to vote. They’re showing up on local TV station and newspaper sites, according to online ad tracking firm The Media Trust Company.

Obama for America already has reached out to voters in Texas, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island with similar online ad messaging. (Still, he lost to Clinton in all four states.)

Some believe registering new voters, who tend to be young, will benefit Obama, which may be why Clinton has stuck to asking for campaign contributions in her more rare display ad efforts.

Thanks to The Media Trust Company for this ad image.


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