Salazar Campaign Releases First Ad of General Election

“Supermarket” focuses on inflation & supply chain issues crushing Florida families, Salazar’s commitment to stop the Socialists in Congress.

The María Elvira Salazar campaign today released its first ad of the general election in Florida’s 27th congressional district. “Supermarket” puts a spotlight on high prices and supply shortages at the grocery store and the gas station and highlights Salazar’s mission to get the economy back on track.

The ad opens with Salazar drawing a stark contrast between the economic crisis we face today and the prosperity our country saw just two years ago before far-left politicians came into power. “We lived in another world,” she says after noting the empty shelves at local supermarkets and skyrocketing prices at the pump. Salazar closes by sharing her background as the daughter of refugees and promising to take the fight to the Socialists in Washington.

“Supermarket” will air, in both English and Spanish, in the Miami Media Market as part of an over $500,000 ad buy.

Watch “Supermarket” in English here.

Vea “Supermercado” en Español aquí.

Salazar was first elected to the United States Congress in 2020 and is seeking re-election in Florida’s 27th Congressional District which is based in the City of Miami and includes the neighborhoods of Coral Gables, Little Havana, Brickell, West Miami, Key Biscayne, Westchester, Coconut Grove, Kendall, Fountainbleau, South Miami, Pinecrest, Palmetto Bay, and Cutler Bay.

Ad Script

María Elvira Salazar:

“When you go to the supermarket, you cannot get all you need. At the gas station, we can’t even fill our tanks.”

“I’m María Elvira Salazar. Two years ago, we lived in another world.”

“But now inflation is out of control, the environment is in danger, and the American Dream is slipping away.”

“I’m María Elvira Salazar, and I approve this message because my parents lost their country to socialism. Over my dead body will we lose ours.”

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