There are two new Obama ads out today, both negative, hitting Romney's tenure as governor of Massachusetts, NBC’s Carrie Dann reports. "Mosaic" focuses on fees Romney raised (with a reference to Romney's personal wealth). And "Come and Go" attacks on Romney outsourcing jobs -- an already familiar jab. The ads are set to air in New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, Virginia, North Carolina, Florida, Ohio, Iowa, Colorado, and Nevada.
“The US Department of Health and Human Services released a report Tuesday showing that President Obama’s health care overhaul has benefited 3.1 million young adults who have gained insurance through their parents’ health plans, a popular provision of the otherwise controversial law,” the Boston Globe writes. “Federal health officials have been on a push to sell the law to Americans, regularly releasing reports on how the law has benefited various population groups. The Supreme Court is expected to rule on the constitutionality of the law in coming days.”
“President Obama voiced confidence Tuesday in Europe’s ability to tackle its crippling debt crisis as he sought to calm both global financial markets and the election-year worries of American voters,” the New York Daily News writes. “Obama, speaking at the close of the Group of 20 economic summit, said Europe’s leaders showed a ‘heightened sense of urgency’ during two days of talks in this Mexican resort.”
“Vice President Joe Biden, campaigning in Sacramento on Tuesday, said President Barack Obama must be better organized in swing states than he was in 2008 if he is to win re-election in the fall,” The Sacramento Bee writes.
The liberal group MoveOn today is surveying its members today through tomorrow to see if they will endorse Obama in the fall. (The answer to that question is most likely yes.)