The Republican presidential candidates are just weeks from the primaries, and they've been busy cranking out the ads.
Gathered below are seven of the most effective ads — the best from each top campaign.
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1. Donald Trump
— The real estate billionaire has spent surprisingly little on campaign ads, and has instead focused his efforts on staying at the top of the news cycle. Of the two ads he has cut, the first is arguably the most effective, as it displays his strength by promising to "cut off the head" of ISIS.
2. Ted Cruz
— The Senator from Texas proved his immigration bona-fides with a humorous ad that also takes on the liberal mainstream media.
3. Marco Rubio
— The Senator from Florida catches footballs and fields questions in a TV ad that seeks to show off his personality. Considering Rubio is not a household name like Trump or Clinton, he is smart to continually introduce himself to the electorate. Here, he comes off as the sort of person most people would like to have a beer with.
4. Ben Carson
— The famed neurosurgeon stands with his fellow hardworking Americans in an ad that suggests his hands — which have saved countless lives in the operating room — can heal the nation just as well.
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5. Jeb Bush
— Donald Trump is handily defeated by Hillary Clinton on Election Day 2016 in a new ad that seeks to paint the Republican front-runner as a terrible choice for the general election. Considering Trump's high un-favorability ratings in the polls, this line of attack is fertile ground for Bush, who has a much higher favorability rating.
6. Chris Christie
— While many of Christie's ads show off the straight-shooter personality he's famous for, an ad from the group America Leads shows off his courageous side. The spot takes footage from one of Christie's town halls, in which he recounts his wife's experience in Manhattan on Sept. 11, 2001.
7. John Kasich
— The Ohio governor plays to one of his biggest advantages in his best campaign ad: He is likely to beat Hillary Clinton in Ohio, which is a bellwether state.
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