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Published On: Wed, Oct 2nd, 2019

Bernie Sanders rolls out ‘Fight For Us’ ad campaign with over $1 million buy in Iowa

Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I-VT) presidential campaign, Bernie 2020, released its first television campaign advertisement on Tuesday morning.

“Defeating Trump is not enough. We need leadership that will fight for working families and the shrinking middle class, not just the one percent,” Sanders tweeted while introducing the ad. “That is exactly what I have done my whole life and what I am prepared to do as president.”

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The ad, titled “Fight for Us,” portrays the Vermont senator as a fighter willing to take on President Donald Trump in the upcoming presidential election.

Sanders’ campaign spent $1.3 million to air both a 30-second and 60-second version of the advertisement in Iowa over the next two weeks, according to The Hill.

Check out the clip below.

“Bernie Sanders, fighting to raise wages for American workers, leading the fight for guaranteed health care for all, standing up for civil rights, seniors, veterans, and our children’s future,” a narrator says in the video. “Whether it was Wall Street, the drug companies, or other powerful special interests, Bernie has taken them on for us.”

“Now our country is at a turning point,” the narrator continues. “A dangerous demagogue tearing our nation apart, hardworking people betrayed by Trump, a health care system that makes enormous profits for drug and insurance companies, and a planet on the brink of a climate disaster. In this moment we need a fighter.”

“Bernie Sanders, we know he will fight for us as president because he always has,” the ad concludes.

It should not be a surprise for the Bernie 2020 to pull out a bundle of cash as the self-proclaimed socialist has been tanking in Iowa polls as of late, with Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren appearing to strip away his supporters.

Warren is now showing a lead over Biden in the recent polls, with Sanders fading to his lowest point in the RCP average since April, now in a near tie with Indiana’s Pete Buttigieg.

The Vermont senator received more that $25 million in donations over the past three months, raising more than any other Democratic candidate in the 2020 primary thus far.

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