Joe Biden and Democrats are leaning in on health care messaging with less than 50 days to go until the election, reports CBS News associate producer Sarah Ewall-Wice.
This morning, Biden’s campaign unveiled two new ads as part of what his team said would be a $65 million ad buy this week across multiple platforms. The first ad “Little Brother” is airing on broadcast and digital in Michigan, Minnesota, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. It focuses on a little boy named Beckett who was diagnosed with leukemia when he was two years old.
“If Donald Trump gets rid of our health care law, my son won’t be protected,” his mother’s voice says in the ad. “We would have to be making some tough decisions about what medications we could afford,” she continues.
The other ad, “Anthony,” is airing on broadcast and digital in Arizona, Florida and Nevada. The 30-second spot