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The ad highlights Obama's endorsement for his opponent, Democrat Travis Childers, and Wright's controversial statement about the September 11th terrorist attacks.

The spot is similar to one that the North Carolina Republican Party plans to run this week that features footage of Obama, Wright and two Democratic gubernatorial candidates.

Though Childers is a Democrat running in a conservative district, he received more votes than Davis in a special election last week. But since he didn't capture a majority of the special election's votes, Childers must still beat Davis in a run-off next month.

Childers's campaign has yet to respond to Davis's ad.

Watch it below.