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Mitt Romney “Dream” Ad Accidentally Shows Downtown OKC

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A new Mitt Romney ad features video showing downtown Oklahoma City, but by accident.

According to the 30-second "Dream" ad, President Barack Obama's bailout of G-M forced dealerships in Ohio to close.

But video shown about six seconds into the ad shows Downtown Oklahoma City, not Lyndhurst, Ohio as the ad implies.

The video shows Advanced Academics, located at 1 East Sheridan Ave., as well as a mural of an Oklahoma Redbud tree and Bricktown banners hanging from the light posts.

News 9 pointed out the mistake to Mitt Romney's campaign on Wednesday, but didn't hear back yet.

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