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By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Topic - Mark Greenfield
"I think that really puts them in the best light and gets their points across very efficiently and effectively. [It] gets the talking points through and, boom, they are right there, without having a moderator twist things around," Mr. Greenfield said. "If you don't have the ads running right now, like Rick Santorum, I think that it going to hurt him."
Mark Greenfield, Hamilton County Iowa GOP chairman, said the candidates with the financial resources to run ads hold a distinct advantage.