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US voters on battle of the airwaves

Presidential candidate Barack Obama has reached out to US voters in a half-hour, prime-time TV advertisement.

Mr Obama can afford to buy the airtime due to his fundraising advantage. John McCain is limited in the amount of money he can spend because he opted to accept federal funds.

Here Republican and Democratic voters share their views on the commercial and the Democrats' advertising advantage.


Jason Rodriguez
Jason Rodriguez | Dallas, Texas | Republican


Mary O'Neil
Mary O'Neil | Denver, Colorado | Democrat


Geoffrey Nolan
Geoffrey Nolan | Miami, Florida | Republican


Michael Kundak-Cowall
Michael Kundak-Cowall | Chelsea, Michigan | Democrat


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Philip Craig Leiter | Minneapolis, Minnesota | Republican


Catherine Anne Smith
Catherine Anne Smith | Decatur, Georgia | Democrat


Samantha Cramer
Samantha Cramer | Manassas, Virginia | Republican


Tom Taber
Tom Taber | San Mateo, California | Democrat


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The readers' panel has been selected from as wide a cross-section of people as possible and may not be representative of wider US public opinion.

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Electoral College votes

Winning post 270
Obama - Democrat
365
McCain - Republican
173
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