The program provided daughter Sara, who was born premature and deaf in 1995, with services including a
"I'm like, 'Well, I owe her a thank you,'" Soltani, who lives in
That "thank you," which she would write on a campaign blog, ended up as a Clinton radio ad that began running Tuesday on stations across
The family did not qualify for
Known as the
Last month, a filmmaker spent about nine hours with the Soltanis.
As soon as the radio spot aired this morning, a friend posted it on her Facebook page.
TV ads are expected to follow.
"Then I'm going to hide," the Democrat said with a laugh. "It's not that I'm embarrassed ... I want to stay out of the (political) brouhaha."
Actually, her Republican friends are giving her a break: They know she spoke directly from the heart -- and unlike a lot of political ads, it's true.
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