Joe Biden is up with two new TV ads in Wisconsin
A 60-second Biden spot calls the election “our chance to put the darkness of the past four years behind us” and “start fresh in America.”
The campaign didn’t release details of the buy in Wisconsin. It said the spots will run across broadcast TV and digital on national cable channels and in nine states as part of a $47 million campaign this week.
The narrator in the longer ad says Trump failed to get control of the virus while pledging Biden will “get it done.” The narrator also says Biden will “take the next step in health care,” put in place a plan that rewards work while requiring the wealthy and corporations to pay their fair share, address climate change and protect Social Security.
“We’ve had four years of a president who brings out the worst in America,” the narrator says to close the spot. “Isn’t it time we had a president who brought out the best?”
The 30-second spot features comments from Biden calling Social Security a “sacred obligation” while knocking Trump for trying to eliminate the tax he says covers have the cost of the program “without any way of making up for that lost revenue.”
“If I’m your president, we’re going to protect Social Security and Medicare. You have my word,” Biden says.