This Biden/Harris Campaign Ad, released during Game One of the World Series, may be one of the best closing ads in recent Presidential Campaign History.
Called “Go from There,” this ad, narrated by actor Sam Elliot, shows a majestic and panoramic view of the American Landscape.
Elliot, with the music of the Star-Spangled Banner playing in the background and video clips of Joe Biden mingling with voters, states:
“There is only one America. No Democratic Rivers. No Republican Mountains. Just this great land and all that’s possible on it with a fresh start. Cures we can find. Futures we can shape. Work to reward. Dignity to protect. There is so much we can do if we choose to take on problems and not each other. And choose a President who brings out our best. Joe Biden doesn’t need everyone in this country to always agree. Just to agree we all love this Country and go from there.”
The Biden/Harris Campaign will hopefully play this ad again and again in every rural, urban, and suburban battleground sector in this country because it appeals to the people’s patriotism and, unlike the Republican Nominee, encourages unity and inclusiveness.
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