Kerry: New Ads Will Define Him for Voters Thu Apr 15, 9:40 PM ET Add Politics - AP to My Yahoo! By MIKE GLOVER, Associated Press Writer NEW YORK - Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry (news - web sites) told well-heeled party donors on Thursday he plans to launch an advertising campaign next week that is designed to define him for voters largely unaware of him. "A lot of people don't really know who I am," Kerry said at a breakfast where he raised $2.5 million. "The level of communication we need to establish here is enormous." Kerry has raised nearly $15 million this week. While he lags far behind the nearly $200 million President Bush (news - web sites) has raised, the Massachusetts senator said he has managed to avoid allowing the president to use that financial edge to define him. "We're just going to be coming right back at them," Kerry said. The presumptive Democratic nominee was heading to Washington on Thursday for a college event before traveling to New Jersey to raise more campaign money. Full Story Things don't seem to be starting off well for Kerry, if he is make that sort of a claim. Does he excite anyone in the democratic feild? And also, "the presumptive Democratic nominee"? Uh, who else is the nominee going to be?