The Super Bowl ad was part of Bloomberg massive advertising blitz. According to advertising analytics, an ad tracking firm, Mr. Bloomberg’s campaign continues to set records for political advertising for a presidential candidate, having spent $170 million so far on TV and digital advertising. While Bloomberg is not running in the first four primaries and caucuses states – Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina – he is running a focused campaign focusing on states holding Super Tuesday contests, including California and Texas.
Key aspects of the Super Bowl Ad by Mike Bloomberg
Mike Bloomberg appeared in a 60-second campaign Ad titled “George” during the Super Bowl Halftime Show which will highlight Calandria Simpson-Kemp, the mother of a 20-year-old son from Texas who was shot during an altercation.
Bloomberg, the former mayor of New York, entered the Democratic party late in November and put $11 million into the 60-second ad, with gun violence a key theme of his campaign. It is about George Kemp Jr., who was fatally shot in an altercation in 2013.
The campaign states that the statistics come from the nonprofit Everytown for Gun Safety, which Bloomberg Ad campaigns for stricter gun laws. The Super Bowl LIV, the nationwide broadcast viewed campaign ads by two New York billionaires.
The spot underscores the campaign call for Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg for the urgent need to prevent gun violence in America. While President Trump’s re-election campaign bought 30-second spots nationwide, Bloomberg announced its own 60-second ad at Super Bowl.
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Donald Trump’s ad particulars:
Trump’s ad was aired for 30 seconds in which the actions taken by the government during the time he was in the office was highlighted. The ad also shows the changes brought in the country to make it safe and secured was shown.
Both Donald Trump and Michael Bloomberg spent $10 million on a 60-second commercial ad during the Super Bowl by Bloomberg to support their current campaigns.
Money spent the advertisements by both the parties:
Rival ads aired during the big game between Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg and President Donald Trump, marking the first-time political campaigns in the coveted and expensive statewide ad have had time.
Statistics show that Michael R. Bloomberg ran twice as many television ads in just two months as President Trump did throughout his 2016 campaign. Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg’s $10 million 2020 Super Bowl spot contains misleading statistics about the number of children killed in gun-related violent crimes.
It suggests that adults were more likely to be victims of gun crimes than children in Texas. The ad has skipped into key battleground states, including Bloomberg, and it covers all of his key campaign themes and themes, while the ad commits to denouncing Trump.
The types of tactics used in the Bloomberg ad, and attention paid to the $10 million that Presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg spends on advertising during the Super Bowl.
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