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Biden Allies Target Rural Trump Voters with $25M Ad Campaign

Allies of President Biden are working to win over voters in rural areas who supported former President Donald Trump. They have started a big advertising campaign in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin. The ads aim to remind or persuade voters about the chaos during the Trump years and how it affected their lives.

The first round of ads, costing $25 million, focuses on the consequences of the Supreme Court’s decision about Roe v. Wade, giving states the power over the issue. The ads feature women sharing their experiences with abortion. One woman explains how she and her husband decided to have an abortion after learning from the doctor that their baby would not survive. Another ad shows a nurse in Pennsylvania expressing concern about what women might lose if Trump is reelected.

Trump did very well with rural voters in these states in the last election, with 70% in Pennsylvania, 60% in Wisconsin, and 54% in Michigan. A recent survey by The New York Times/Sienna College found that Trump is slightly ahead in Michigan and Pennsylvania, while Biden has a slight advantage in Wisconsin.

American Bridge 21st Century plans to run more ads focusing on defending democracy and individual freedoms. They aim to remind voters of the disorder during Trump’s presidency and hold him accountable for his actions. The group’s co-founder, Bradley Beychok, believes that Biden and Democrats have been successful in elections when the focus is on issues like abortion, democracy, and freedom, as it shows a clear contrast with Trump.

Allies of President Biden are working to win over voters in rural areas who supported former President Donald Trump. They have started a big advertising campaign in Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin. The ads aim to remind or persuade voters about the chaos during the Trump years and how it affected their lives.

The first round of ads, costing $25 million, focuses on the consequences of the Supreme Court’s decision about Roe v. Wade, giving states the power over the issue. The ads feature women sharing their experiences with abortion. One woman explains how she and her husband decided to have an abortion after learning from the doctor that their baby would not survive. Another ad shows a nurse in Pennsylvania expressing concern about what women might lose if Trump is reelected.

Trump did very well with rural voters in these states in the last election, with 70% in Pennsylvania, 60% in Wisconsin, and 54% in Michigan. A recent survey by The New York Times/Sienna College found that Trump is slightly ahead in Michigan and Pennsylvania, while Biden has a slight advantage in Wisconsin.

American Bridge 21st Century plans to run more ads focusing on defending democracy and individual freedoms. They aim to remind voters of the disorder during Trump’s presidency and hold him accountable for his actions. The group’s co-founder, Bradley Beychok, believes that Biden and Democrats have been successful in elections when the focus is on issues like abortion, democracy, and freedom, as it shows a clear contrast with Trump.

Written by Staff Reports

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