The Obama campaign is apparently airing an ad in 24 states during tonight's Super Bowl. You can see that ad here.
There is also an interesting video that first popped up yesterday and is now furiously circulating the web. It puts Obama's New Hampshire concession speech to song and features several celebrities. If you are interested, check it out here:
In the meantime, Clinton is holding a virtual town hall meeting on Monday evening, an hour of which will be aired on the Hallmark channel.
The New York Times is reporting that the candidates have spent at least $19 million combined on these ad blitzes. How much will this work for either candidate?
Could there by any surprises in store for the last 48 hours before the polls close?
Will the Super Bowl keep our minds off of politics for a few hours?