MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Former New York Mayor indirectly keeps the pressure on Granite State front-runner Mitt Romney by spending a lot of money to air a new ad today focusing on Democrats and taxes.
The Globe got an early preview of the ad. You can watch the Rudy Giuliani ad here.
In the ad Giuliani is smiling and upbeat. He mentions Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and John Edwards by name and promises that, if elected, each would raise taxes.
A poll yesterday by Suffolk University showed Giuliani in second place trailing Romney 34 percent to 20 percent.