NEW DNC AD IN PENNSYLVANIA: America is “Back on Track” Thanks to President Biden
April 20, 2021
Today, the Democratic National Committee released a new 30-second television ad in the Pittsburgh media market “Back on Track,” that highlights President Biden’s success in getting America back on track with vaccines in arms, stimulus checks in hand, and a million jobs created.
“The American people elected President Joe Biden to guide our country out of one of the worst public health and economic crises in our history, and there is no question that he is delivering for Pennsylvanians. Thanks to the president’s leadership, more than 200 million vaccine doses have been given, more than 150 million stimulus checks have been delivered, and our economy is on the rise,” said DNC Chair Jaime Harrison. “Thanks to the leadership of President Biden and Democrats in Pennsylvania, America is on track again and we’re building back better than ever.”
The new ad is the latest step the DNC has taken to make sure Pennsylvanians know that President Biden is delivering on an agenda that is overwhelmingly popular with a bipartisan majority of voters.
Earlier this month, the DNC unveiled billboards in Philadelphia and Wilkes-Barre to thank President Biden and Senator Bob Casey for delivering much-needed relief through the American Rescue Plan — no thanks to Republicans like Senator Pat Toomey. In March, a TV ad went up in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, highlighting how President Biden and Pennsylvania Democrats have delivered real, tangible results for Pennsylvanians and their families by making the American Rescue Plan a reality.
“Back on Track” Transcript:
NARRATOR: He’s delivering.
Three million shots a day.
Two hundred million doses so far.
One hundred fifty million stimulus checks delivered.
A million jobs created — More jobs in the first two months than any administration in history.
Plans to rebuild America’s roads and bridges.
And create 2 million more jobs funded by corporations paying their fair share.
President Biden: getting America back on track.