Biden for President

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:60 TV ad from July 29, 2020.


Narrador:  1973, año cuando Joe Biden se compromete a luchar por todos por igual en el Congreso de los Estados Unidos.

Como senador venció a la NRA en 2 ocasiones y en el ‘94 encabezó la Ley de Violencia contra las Mujeres. Por eso fue reelegido en 6 ocasiones.

Fueron 8 los años trabajando codo a codo con el Presidente Obama para reducir de 13 a 5.9 por ciento el desempleo en la comunidad latina e invertir 750 millones para evitar que nuestras familias centroamericanas arriesguen su vida a lo largo de más de 3,470 kilómetros.

Si al 45 le importa 3 pepinos si un niño comparte el techo con su madre, nos toca elegir un 46 que viene dando más del 100 desde 1973.

La opción es sólo una. Joe Biden.

Biden (voiceover):  I'm Joe Biden and I approve this message.

1973, year when Joe Biden pledges to fight for everyone equally in the United States Congress.

As a senator, he defeated the NRA on two occasions and in ‘94 he headed the Violence Against Women Act. That is why he was re-elected 6 times.

They spent 8 years working side by side with President Obama to reduce unemployment from 13 to 5.9 percent in the Latino community and invest 750 million to prevent our Central American families from risking their lives for more than 3,470 kilometers.

If 45 cares 3 cucumbers [expression meaning "gives a damn"] if a child shares the roof with his mother, we have to choose a 46 that has been giving more than 100 since 1973.

The option is only one. Joe Biden.

Notes:  This ad puts a human face on the nearly 150,000 Americans who have died due to COVID-19.  Per a campaign press release, the ad aims to reach "older Americans and their families who have been hit hard by the pandemic."  The HIll reported this was the campaign's first general election ad in Nevada, stating "The one-minute-long ad will run in the Las Vegas and Reno markets on daytime television to reach older voters. A Spanish-language version will also run in Arizona and Florida."