Republican presidential hopeful Rudy Giuliani launched new radio ads last week, trying to build on close poll results and a day spent campaigning there. Giuliani and his 60-second emphasizes his executive experience and fiscal record – both key in his effort to overtake former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. The ads will air only in New Hampshire, reported The AP. "I’ve been tested in a way in which the American people can look to me. They’re not going to find perfection, but they’re gonna find somebody who’s dealt with crisis almost on a regular basis and has had results, results people thought were impossible," says the former New York mayor, whose role during the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks cemented his national reputation. The ad closes with an argument Giuliani aides have been making in recent weeks: Giuliani is the only Republican who can beat a Democrat in November 2008. "Rudy Giuliani. The Republican that Democrats just don’t want to run against," the announcer says.