Dean for America Advertising
Trippi, McMahon & Squier

"Max" and "Mike" (grassroots ads produced by the Dean Media Team and selected by supporters in an online vote; run starting Feb. 11, 2004 --WI)
"Rubber Stamp" (Feb. 10, 2004 --WI)
"Leader" (Jan. 22, 2004 --NH)
"Enron Econ" (Jan. 13, 2004 --NH)
"One Candidate" (Jan. 13, 2004 --NH)
"War" (Jan. 13, 2004 --Iowa)
"Board Room" (Jan. 8, 2004 --NH)
"Prescription Drugs-NH" (Jan. 5, 2004 --NH)
Biographical (approx. Dec. 22, 2003)
"Club for Truth" (Dec. 10, 2003 --NH)
"My Opponents" (Dec. 8, 2003)
-According to Dean for America's official blog "...beginning on Monday [Dec. 8, 2003] we will begin a sustained television ad buy in South Carolina, and we'll stay on the air through the South Carolina primary."
-30-minute television program evening of Dec. 7, 2003 in Madison, WI.
"Misled" (Nov. 24, 2003 --Iowa)
"Caucus" (Nov. 2?, 2003 --Iowa)
"Different View" (Nov. 17, 2003 --Iowa)
-According to an article in the Nov. 8, 2003 Boston Globe, in Nov. 2003 the campaign started running 30-minute infomercials in Iowa showing an edited version of a town-hall meeting Dean had held in Sioux City [Oct. 20].
"Iraq" (Oct. 22, 2003 --NH)
"Did It" (Oct. 21, 2003 --Iowa)
"Valores Hispanos” (Sept. 26, 2003 --Albuquerque, NM)    -A. Gutiérrez & Associates, Inc.
"Every American" (Sept. 4, 2003 --selected markets in AZ, NM, OK, SC, WA and WI)
"Health Care" (Aug. 20, 2003 --NH)
"Record" (Aug. 6, 2003 --NH)
"Join Us" (Aug. 4, 2003 --Austin, TX)
 "Straight Talk" (June 17-July 2, 2003 --Iowa)

"Are You Ready" (Sept. 6-15, 2003 --SC)

The campaign ran a full page ad in the January 9-15, 2004 issue of Washington City Paper in advance of the January 13, 2004 non-binding primary.
The Iowa campaign ran an ad highlighting labor support in the Des Moines Register on Labor Day, September 1, 2003.

The Bush Tax (Jan. 2004)

Note: Dates show when the ads first aired based on contemporary information from the campaign and news accounts.