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Bradley breaks first TV commercial

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Bill Bradley, the Democratic presidential candidate who up till now has run only print advertising, launches his first TV commercials Nov. 17. The first spots, to air in Iowa and New Hampshire, come from the group of Madison Avenue ad executives called the Crystal Group, which has been meeting with Sen. Bradley's campaign team for more than a year. The commercials are expected to be mainly biographical, aimed at giving a presidential image to the former senator from New Jersey.

Al Gore's rival campaign has run two TV spots so far, with the first about the Senate's rejection of the nuclear test ban treaty and the second featuring the vice president's views about some healthcare issues.

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