Organizing for America (OFA)--the activist infrastructure and e-mail list built by President Obama's campaign and now headed by the Democratic National Committee (DNC)--will air a TV ad nationwide on cable (primarily MSNBC and CNN) starting today. While OFA is now run out of the Democratic Party's political headquarters, today's ad is far from the typical DNC political spot: it plugs Obama's budget proposal and OFA's canvassing activities, asking viewers to pledge support online and call Congress, and it attacks no one.

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