The independent political action committee Crossroads Grassroots Policy Strategies, known as Crossroads GPS, is advertising in Ohio with an ad that targets President Obama as a promise-breaker.
Obama's Republican opponent, Mitt Romney, is not mentioned in this ad.
The Crossroads GPS "super-PAC" says it is spending $849,000 on the Ohio buy, and will spend in all $25 million to broadcast the attack ad in Ohio and nine other states.
The ad focuses on campaign promises Obama made to let people keep their own health care, not to raise taxes on incomes under $250,000, to cut the deficit in half by the end of his term, and help homeowners in trouble.
The spot claims all four are broken promises, although that's a debatable assertion for all of the claims except the one about cutting the deficit in half by the end of his term.
Other states to get the ad: Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, North Carolina, New Hampshire, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Virginia.
The commercial runs from Thursday through May 31. The spot can be viewed here.
The ad urges citizens to support the “New Majority Agenda” at www.newmajorityagenda.org.