Obama campaign video features McCain win as bad newsSeptember 29th, 2008 - 7:32 pm ICT by ANI
Washington, Sept 29 (ANI): Senator Barack Obamas new campaign video features a Bad News picture of a Senator John McCain victory.
According to the Washington Times, the YouTube video shows a mock MSNBC projection of Senator McCain winning the November 4 contest with 51 per cent, to 49 per cent vote against Obama.
John McCain elected 44th president and Voter turnout lower than expected are the mock captions with an MSNBC Breaking News headline under a smiling McCain.
Across the screen it highlights that It doesn”t have to be that way, then the clip sends voters to the campaign’’s VoteforChange.com site. It urges them to use the site to register to vote, request to vote absentee, find your polling location.
The video features NBCs Tom Brokaw saying in the end to one of the most bitterly contested presidential campaigns in modern times of ideas about the future in this country.
The Obama Campaign has used celebrities from Queen Latifah to Kal Penn to give voters information about polling places and registration deadlines. (ANI)
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