First Lady Michelle Obama has recorded a new radio ad for Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
“For the past eight years, I’ve seen firsthand what it takes to be President,” Michelle Obama begins. “It’s the highest-stakes, hardest job you can imagine. That’s why I trust Hillary because she’s steady. She’s prepared and she can bring people together to get things done.”
“Hillary has always fought for those who need a champion, especially our kids. And when things get hard, she doesn’t quit, she just digs deeper,” she continues. “That’s who Hillary is and that’s why I’m with her. When you stood with Barack on Election Day in 2008 and 2012, you showed what it means to be stronger together. And the stakes are just as high in this election.”
“That’s why we need to stand with Hillary so we can build on the progress we’ve made together and keeping moving our country forward,” Obama concludes.
The sixty-second spot, titled “What It Takes”, is targeted towards black voters. It is set to air in Pennsylvania as well as Florida, North Carolina and Ohio.
The First Lady is set to visit Pittsburgh and Philadelphia on Wednesday, September 28th.