MILWAUKEE (WKOW) -- Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney says he plans to create 240,000 jobs in Wisconsin if elected.
A new commercial will run statewide starting on Sunday. It's the first his campaign has paid for in Wisconsin.
In the ad, he says Wisconsin isn't better off today under President Barack Obama. He says he plans to cut government spending, eliminate the deficit and create 240,000 jobs for Wisconsin.
Romney's team is expected to pay for a heavy level of TV ads for Michigan and Wisconsin. It's in hopes of winning them or to force Obama to spend campaign dollars to defend states he won by more than 10 percentage points in 2008.
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