Democratic nominee Joseph R. Biden’s presidential campaign on Wednesday announced it was spending $65 million on an ad blitz this week that includes new spots focused on health care and marks its “single largest” paid media investment while it’s been active in battleground states.
The announcement came after President Trump’s team canceled some of its planned advertising to conserve money for the stretch run, though Mr. Trump’s camp did announce an “eight-figure” buy on Tuesday with a focus on the economy.
The Biden campaign said the $65 million blitz that will span TV, radio, digital, and print is “the single largest paid media investment the campaign has made to date while active in ten battleground states.”
In one ad, a woman from Texas says that if Mr. Trump gets rid of Obamacare, her son Beckett, who has leukemia, won’t be protected.
The ad will run on broadcast and digital platforms in Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and