The Lamont campaign has put out this television advertisement:
Contrast it with the "Blackboard" ad Lieberman put out earlier, and also contrast it with Lieberman's new radio commercial.
The Lamont ad looks like it's left over from the primary. I'm not sure unaffiliated voters, which is what Lamont needs, will be won over by it. Most of them don't care for partisanship--which is why they're unaffiliated.
Lieberman, on the other hand, is making a pitch to everybody. That may lose him some Democratic support, but it may also help him a lot among unaffiliateds and Republicans.
But that's just what I think. What do you think about the general election campaign so far?