Presidential races

Sanders releases Spanish, English ads ahead of Arizona primary

Bernie Sanders’s presidential campaign released two new ads featuring Rep. Raúl Grijalva (D-Ariz.) on Thursday.

The spots come days before Arizon’s Democratic primary, where Sanders is hoping to stall Hillary Clinton’s momentum.

{mosads}The two ads differ in content and language. One, titled “Bull,” focuses on countering Wall Street and is in English. The other, titled “Valores,” is on American values and features Grijalva speaking entirely in Spanish.

“What happened in the housing crisis is simple greed,” Grijalva opens the 30-second “Bull,” later saying, “they know that you’re not getting bull from him.”

In the Spanish-language ad, Grijalva introduces Sanders, saying “the values that Bernie has are the values this country has,” listing hard work, equality and opportunity for all as examples.

“The positions he has in this campaign,” Grijalva continues in Spanish, “are the best of any other candidate, Republican or Democrat.

“Valores” ends with the standard “I’m Bernie Sanders, and I approve this message,” delivered in English.

The English language ad is above, while the Spanish-language as is below. 

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