Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani launched his second TV ad in New Hampshire in three days Wednesday, his third total of the 2008 presidential race.

The latest ad focuses on New York's economic difficulties when Giuliani took office. Giuliani is a favorite among some fiscal conservatives, as Club for Growth Director of Government affairs Andrew Roth told The Hill that Giuliani's economic record stands out as perhaps the best among presidential candidates.

The ad's narrator boasts that Giuliani cut taxes by $9 billion and welfare by 60 percent.

See Giuliani's second ad of the 2008 campaign, released Monday, below.