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Obama-supporting Super PAC American Bridge has released a new ad, “Romnopoly.

The ad functions as a closing argument that American Bridge and its sister PAC Priorities USA have been making for months: Romney games the system to his advantage without regard for workers.

The ad even features clips from previous commercials featuring employees of companies purchased by Bain talking about how they were fired summarily when the private equity firm took over.

A recent Gallup poll found that Romney’s strengths, according to voters, are his economic policies and that he’s a good businessman. However, those are national numbers. It would be interesting to see how they compare to Ohio and other swing states where Super PACs have been focusing their critique on Romney’s business career.

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