Mitt Romney's presidential campaign has released a new television ad outlining steps Romney would take on the first day of his presidency.
It's the campaign's first TV ad since the former Massachusetts governor became the presumptive Republican nominee. The ad released Friday is titled "Day One."
It says Romney would approve the Keystone oil pipeline, introduce tax cuts and tax reform, and move to replace President Barack Obama's health care plan with what the ad calls "common sense health care reform."
The campaign also released a Spanish language version.
The campaign has not aired commercials since Romney's top Republican challenger, Rick Santorum, dropped out of the race for president.
Several conservative super PACs have stepped in instead, airing ads attacking Obama.
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