Black GOP congressional candidate Jerone Davison's campaign ad depicts him fending off "Democrats in Klan hoods" with an AR-15.
“I’m ready to whip Texas back into shape,” Texas Senate candidate Bianca Gracia is heard saying while standing in front of men on horseback and repeatedly cracking a whip.
Gary Chambers, a progressive Democrat and U.S. Senate candidate in Louisiana, smokes a blunt in his first campaign ad called "37 Seconds," a reference to the frequency with which someone is arrested for weed possession in the U.S.
Joe Biden and Kamala Harris' presidential campaign released a trio of new ads targeting all Black voters, especially Black women, and answered Trump's "What do you have to lose" question he posed to Black people four years ago.
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