Pennsylvania and Florida voters must be pretty excited that the political ad onslaught is almost over. But they’ve got one more day of presidential ads in the battleground states. Today, Philly.com visitors know it. So do MiamiHerald.com readers. There are expandable Barack Obama billboard ads on the homepages of those sites today, and probably other key swing state newspaper sites, too.
The ad units are very similar to ones the Obama camp ran on Texas and Ohio news sites before those states’ important primary elections in February. Those primary ads, however, featured an in-banner video, but today’s get-out-the-vote ads do not.
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