From NBC's Mark Murray
In a conference call with reporters, the Clinton campaign announced that it's unveiling another 3:00 am TV ad -- this one hitting McCain on the economy.
The 30-second ad will air in Pennsylvania, and communications director Howard Wolfson said he believes it's the first Democratic TV ad this cycle to mention McCain.
Here's the script:
Announcer: It's 3 am, and your children are safe and asleep.
But there's a phone ringing in the White House and this time the crisis is economic.
Home foreclosures mounting, markets teetering.
John McCain just said the government shouldn't take any real action on the housing crisis, he'd let the phone keep ringing.
Hillary Clinton has a plan to protect our homes, create jobs.
It's 3 am, time for a president who's ready.
Hillary Clinton: I'm Hillary Clinton and I approve this message.
*** UPDATE *** McCain spokesman Tucker Bounds replies to the ad, "John McCain is ready to lead with a pro-growth economic plan to lower taxes, cut government spending, empower America's entrepreneurs and get our economy back on track. Americans can't afford the Democrats' liberal agenda to raise taxes, nationalize health care, cut off trade and crush the economy under big government."