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Joe Biden’s campaign is defending your pioneering role, according to a new Monmouth University poll shows a dramatic drop to third place behind Sens. Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.
The former Vice-President Joe Biden stressed that “health is personal, ObamaCare is personal to me,” in a new TV ad, hitting airwaves in Iowa, the state that votes first in the race to the White house.
The second of Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign highlights published on Tuesday, the ad-its relationship to the Affordable Care Act, better known as ObamaCare, the coronation was a domestic performance of the Obama administration, while Biden eight years as Vice President under President Barack Obama.
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In the 60-second spot, Biden with President trump for trying to repeal the sweeping health law, which was passed in 2010 to replace – as well as some of his top competitors for the democratic presidential nomination for their plans ObamaCare is a government “Medicare for all” single-payer system.
“When I see the President trying to tear down, and others suggest to replace it and start again, to the staff on me. We have to build on what we did, because every American deserves affordable health care,” Biden emphasized in the advertising.
Health care is a top issue with primaries, voters and “Medicare for all” is very popular with the progressive base of the party. Research has shown that a majority of Americans would support such a plan, if it allows you to select between a government-run public plan and certified private options.
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Biden is the only one of the top-tier contenders for the democratic nomination who is against “Medicare for all.” Instead, he proposes to obtain the improvement of ObamaCare with a public option that would allow people, their health insurance by purchasing a Medicare-type plan through the Affordable Care Act.
The display contains photos of Biden and Obama re-emphasized the former Vice-President of his contacts to Obama, who remains extremely popular with Democratic primary voters.
“We have to build on what we have, because every American Biden says deserves affordable health care,” in the spot.
Biden starts the ad by talking about the car accident that claimed the life of his first wife and daughter, and years later, the death of his son Beau of cancer – in order to emphasize how health care is extremely critical for his family.
The Biden campaign says the ad buy is part of a high-six-figures to run TV commercials in des Moines, Cedar Rapids, Quad Cities, and Sioux City TV markets. Add, it is part of a wider broadcast and digital media campaign in the coming weeks.
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Biden is not the first top-tier-to-go candidates on the airwaves with TV commercials. Sr., Kamala Harris of California, and aired ads in Iowa earlier this month.
Billionaire environmental and progressive activist Tom Steyer, who announced his candidacy in early July – has spent seven figures to run commercials in Iowa and New Hampshire and on national cable TV at the end of last month.