The Biden Campaign has released the next four digital ads featuring the former Vice President and 2020 Democratic Presidential Nominee along with former President Obama.


The digital ads called “Motivation,” “Health Care and Beau,” “A Socially Distanced Conversation,” and “Economic Crisis,” deal with:

  • What the Obama/Biden Administration dealt with in dealing with the Great Recession.
  • How Biden led the oversight of the American Recovery Act and how he would approach the current economic crisis and Build Back Better.
  • The benefits of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) with Biden applying to how it helped his son Beau in his last days.
  • How to combat the pandemic.
  • Joe Biden’s leadership, experience, ability to move people, and character and how Donald Trump’s record in those areas pale in comparison to the former Vice President.

The Biden Campaign also released a fifth ad called “Crossroads” which highlights :

“…how Joe Biden will forge a new path, (in contrast to Trump’s divisive tenure) growing an economy that works for working families, getting small businesses back on their feet, and expanding access to affordable health care.”

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