More NewsObama Targets Ads to South Dakota Primary Voters

Obama Targets Ads to South Dakota Primary Voters

Like it has done much of the primary season , Barack Obama's campaign is running display ads targeted to voters in South Dakota today

Like it has done much of the primary season, Barack Obama’s campaign is running display ads targeted to voters in South Dakota today. In the past, similar ads have urged people to vote early or make sure they’re registered to vote. The ads suggest they confirm their polling place. (Oh, and let’s not forget they tell viewers to “Vote for Barack Obama.”)

The Media Trust has spotted these on South Dakota news sites AberdeenNews.com, ArgusLeader.com, KSFY.com, though I’d imagine similar ads are on Montana sites today, too.


Ad image below provided by online ad tracking firm The Media Trust Company.
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