Mitt Romney is up with another TV ad in New Hampshire, though this one isn't directed at President Obama -- like the one his campaign aired when Obama visited Manchester earlier this month.
Instead, it's about his business experience and his vow to cut spending.
NBC News has learned that the ad buy is $85,500 in Manchester from Dec. 1 through Dec. 6.
Mitt Romney: "I spent my life in the private sector. I've competed with companies around the world. I've learned something about how it is that economies grow.
"But we're not going to balance the budget just by pretending that all they have to do is take out the waste. We're going to have to cut spending. And I'm in favor of cutting spending, capping federal spending as a percentage of GDP at 20 percent or less, and having a balanced budget amendment.
"The right answer for America is to stop the growth of the federal government and to start the growth of the private sector.
"I'm Mitt Romney and I approve this message."