A new pro-Romney super PAC ad running in North Carolina during the Democratic National Convention takes direct aim at President Barack Obama's support for marriage equality.
In the 30-second commercial entitled "New Morning," a couple is portrayed as former Obama supporters who have become disillusioned by the president's declaration in May that he supports the right of same-sex couples to marry.
"That's not the change I voted for," says the woman, who then asks her husband what they can do about it.
"We can vote for someone with values," the man in the ad responds.
The ad is produced by Campaign for American Values, which is connected to evangelist and former Family Research Council President Gary Bauer. Bauer ran for president in 2000 and supported Rick Santorum during the Republican primaries. He posted the ad on his YouTube page.
According to Federal Election Commission documents, the Campaign for American Values had $762,291 in the bank at the end of August.
WATCH the ad here: