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Grassroots group
for Hillary unveils TV ads

Grassroots group
for Hillary unveils TV ads

A grassroots group led by a Florida gay rights activist is releasing a TV campaign in New Hampshire in support of New York senator Hillary Clinton for president.

Bob Kunst of Miami Beach heads the group, Hillary Now! which hopes to lay the foundation for Clinton's possible bid for the U.S. presidency in 2008. Kunst ran an independent campaign for Florida governor in 2002, getting 0.8% of the vote.

Clinton has said she is concentrating on her reelection to the U.S. Senate next year and has not openly declared her ambitions for the presidency, though she is perennially mentioned as a contender.

The animated commercial shows Clinton driving a garbage truck labeled "Bush's Mess." Clinton empties trash cans labeled "Iraq." "War on Terror," Health Care," and "Budget," while a giggling President Bush hides on the White House lawn.

But only night owls will see the ads. They will run on cable news from 1 a.m. to 5 a.m. starting Tuesday through Thursday in Concord, Manchester, Portsmouth, Nashua, and Salem. (AP)

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