New Republican Jewish Coalition ads target South Florida markets

On the Florida battlefield, Republicans continue to spend a lot of money getting Jewish voters into the president’s column in this year’s election.

On Thursday, the Republican Jewish Coalition launched a $ 3.5 million purchase. These issues focused on the picky counties of Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach in South Florida.

Two 30-second commercials will be broadcast in both radio and cable outlets.

A place with the title Deal of the century, uses an infomercial theme with a comic book flair to advance an argument of guilt by association against a Democratic candidate Joe Biden.

The spot brings Biden to a well-known left-wing squad, including reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ilhan Omar and senator Bernie SandersThe latter has proven to be a toxic group among voters in South Florida.

They would drive Biden, so the argument goes, “raise taxes, defuse the police, put pressure on Israel and much more”.

“Choose an old liberal … make a more liberal policy free,” intoned a male narrator, before closing “this deal, like your policy, is insane.”

In addition to the hit on Biden, the RJC also has a positive ad.

Fight for us portrays Trump as “the most pro-Israeli president in our history”.

“In these times, Mr. Nice Guy won’t make it. We need a leader who does not give in and who knows how to make peace, ”claims the male narrator.

We spoke to one of the leaders of the Republican Jewish Coalition about buying ads and the spots.

Rep. Randy FineThe RJC, which is aiming for its third term in the state parliament this year, states that it “spends a ton nationally in order to reach Jewish voters”.

The South Florida purchase is the “right market” for this type of publicity, especially given the recent growth in Republican candidates among the population.

Fein notes that Trump got just 27% of the Jewish vote four years ago, while Gov. Ron DeSantis saw a gain of eight points from that number.

“I am optimistic about the president’s prospects,” said Fine, noting Trump’s “track record” in pro-Israel policies such as the US embassy move to Jerusalem and his role in two major regional peace agreements.

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