The Biden campaign has released a new ad called “Tough AZ”, praising the residents of the Grand Canyon state for being tougher and more resilient than the Coronavirus.
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In the ad, the former Vice President strikes a compassionate tone with the viewers counseling them on the simple things that will help keep them and their loved ones safe like “washing their hands, wearing masks, stay at home, and socially distance when you go out.”
The 2020 Democratic Presidential Nominee concludes with:
“If you’re worried about how you’re gonna get through the day, I will not abandon you. We’re all in this together. We’ll fight this together and together we’ll emerge from this stronger than before where we began.”
A source in the Biden campaign commented on the new ad targeting the Grand Canyon State:
“Last month, Biden for President announced a $15 million paid media blitz across broadcast and digital in key battleground states, including Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Michigan, North Carolina, Florida, and Arizona. Tomorrow AM the campaign will be airing an additional paid media buy-in AZ (along with FL / NC / TX) on the same theme — “Tough.” These ads will spotlight Vice President Biden speaking directly to voters, emphasizing that citizens in those states are strong + resilient, and featuring Vice President Biden offering guidance on mask-wearing, hand-washing, and social distancing.”
This powerful ad showing a caring and empathetic potential Commander in Chief strikes the perfect contrast with the current occupant of the Oval Office who has miserably failed in this regard and the other areas related to COVID 19.
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