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Monday, March 26, 2007
Giuliani courts conservative talk-radio listeners
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- In an effort to drum up support from conservatives for his White House bid, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani has purchased air time on both Sean Hannity's and Rush Limbaugh's popular radio shows.

The script:

Hi, this is Rudy Giuliani.

I'm running for President and I approve this message.

I would like to invite you to visit my new website,

My campaign is about leadership and optimism.

We need strong leadership to stay on offense in the War against Terrorists.

We need supply side policies and reduced government spending - fiscal discipline - to keep the economy growing.

I need your support in this campaign.

Please go to to sign up or volunteer.
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