Bruce Springsteen narrated and dubbed a new campaign ad for Joe Biden that highlighted the Democratic candidate’s “hometown” in Scranton, Pennsylvania.
“Scranton, Pennsylvania. Here, success has not been passed down. Springsteen said: “It is full of sweat, perseverance and determination. “This is his hometown.” In Scranton, a good time cannot be guaranteed. But here, and in cities and towns across the United States, times are more difficult than they should be. Life stopped, dreams stranded, doubts about the future. “
Rock singer Biden added: “He is trying to change this and provide workers with the opportunities they deserve. Be honest, be honest, and have a little brain at the end of the day. Because this place is with him. These streets It̵
Springsteen’s Born in the U.S.. The song “My Hometown” will also be played in the ad, which will be played at Pennsylvania State University’s college football game against Ohio tonight.
This is the hometown of @joebiden. It’s not just where he comes from. This is his purpose. pic.twitter.com/6ZSK3dXY4H
-Bruce Springsteen (@springsteen) October 31, 2020
In addition to regularly expressing support for Biden, Springsteen also provided candidates with his catalog, first allowing the use of “The Rising” in the Democratic National Convention video, and then targeting Don Winslow’s “Philadelphia Street” short film Undecided Pennsylvania voters.