Kaine ads highlights unity over division, commitment to African American communities

Tim KaineSenator Tim Kaine this week is releasing two new ads – one print and one radio – which emphasize his belief in unity over division and highlight his commitment to African American communities in Virginia.

As Republicans engage in a negative, divisive primary campaign in which they appeal to their far-right base, Kaine’s ads focus on how he is helping African American Virginians get ahead, from growing the economy and supporting job growth, to improving education, to protecting access to health care.

“Senator Tim Kaine is committed to creating a Virginia that works for everyone and rejecting bigotry and division,” said Kaine for Virginia Campaign Manager Keren Charles Dongo. “The African American community knows Tim and shares his vision of a Commonwealth where access to good jobs, health care, affordable housing and education are available to all no matter their ethnic background or the color of their skin.”

The 60-second radio ad, which will begin to go into rotation this week, is part of a five-figure buy that will run in the Richmond, Norfolk, Roanoke and Washington, DC, markets. The print ad will run in the Richmond Free Press, New Journal & Guide, and the Roanoke Tribune.

Listen to the radio ad here

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