Ahead of Holiday Travel, DNC Unveils New Billboards Thanking President Biden for Safer Roads, Better Airports
December 21, 2021
Billboards in Texas, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Illinois, and Nevada Highlight How President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Will Improve Americans’ Airports, Roads, Bridges, and Highways
Today, the Democratic National Committee is unveiling a new advertising campaign as part of its ongoing efforts to tout President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to the American people. The new campaign features billboards in high-traffic areas near airport hubs across the country and highlights how the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law passed by President Biden and Democrats will create smoother future holiday travel with better airports and safer roads.
The new billboard campaign is the latest step the DNC has taken to make sure Americans know how they stand to benefit from President Biden’s infrastructure law. Since the president signed the bill in November, the DNC has partnered with local leaders and state parties to publish dozens of supportive op-eds in local papers and host more than 20 events across battleground states touting the law. DNC Chair Jaime Harrison has also given interviews to local television stations in nearly ten media markets across the country to speak directly to viewers about how the law will invest in their communities.
“As Americans travel to be with their loved ones this holiday season, we want to make sure folks across the country know that better roads, highways, bridges, airports are on the way, thanks to President Biden’s and Democrats’ leadership,” said DNC Chair Jaime Harrison. “The president’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will improve highways, repair bridges, improve public transportation, and modernize our airports, easing stress and making it easier for Americans to get around and stay connected.”
The billboards will be located in Chicago, IL, on I-294 near O’Hare Airport; Dallas, TX, on the TEXpress Stemmons Tollway just south of the interchange with LBJ Freeway near the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport; Atlanta GA, at the connection point of I-285 and I-85 south near Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport; Las Vegas, NV, on I-15 near Harry Reid International Airport; and Philadelphia, PA, on the Schuylkill Expressway north of the Philadelphia International Airport. They will be up for one month.
An image of the billboard graphic is below: