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Gov. Wilson rolling in N.H. with ads

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California Gov. Pete Wilson will release the first ads of his 1996 presidential campaign in New Hampshire next week. The 30- and 60-second TV spots, previously tested in in Arizona, Maine, New York, Ohio and South Carolina, highlight Gov. Wilson's tough stance on affirmative action, illegal immigrants, crime and government spending. The ads were produced by media consultant Dan Sipple of the Washington-based political media firm, Strategic Communications. The ads will run for one week in New Hampshire and may be aired in other key primary states soon.

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