Clinton Out With Montana Ad

The Clinton campaign has unveiled its first television ad to air in Montana, "Only One," which includes an announcer saying that Clinton is "the only one in this campaign who voted against the Bush energy bill." Voters go to the polls in Montana on June 3rd, the last primary date on the calendar.

"It's time to level the playing field against the special interests," Clinton says as the 30-second spot opens. Then the announcer chimes in, saying that Clinton was alone among the candidates in opposing the energy bill and "six billion dollars to the oil companies."

"[She's] the only one taking on the insurance companies to guarantee health coverage for every American," he adds. "And she's the one who'll end fifty five billion dollars in giveaways to corporate special interests and cut taxes for the middle class instead."

"I intend to be a President who stands up for all of you," Clinton says as the spot closes.

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