The ads come as Obama has been outspending Clinton in Pennsylvania, with the state's April 22 primary only two weeks away. As of Sunday, Obama had spent $3.6 million in the state to Clinton's $1.3 million, according to data compiled by TNS Media Intelligence/Campaign Media Analysis Group.
As the ads went up, the Clinton campaign also issued a fundraising appeal to counter Obama's spending advantage in the state.
Obama updated his ad mix in the state as well, including a new spot that features some of the women in his life -- his half sister, his grandmother and his wife -- in a form of outreach to women voters who form a core of Clinton's support.
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