Bloomberg’s First Radio Ads: Empathy, Economy, Rev. A.R. Bernard

One week after releasing his first television ad, Michael Bloomberg’s campaign is going up with two radio ads.
The first is all about Bloomberg’s empathy for struggling New Yorkers, with gentle violin music and the mayor, soft-spoken, saying, “It’s not easy these days.”
The other radio refers to, but does not name directly, the Obama administration, and features the voice of Rev. A.R. Bernard, a prominent African-American clergyman who is pastor of one the largest churches in New York City. Bernard’s was the first endorsement the Bloomberg campaign publicly announced.
In the ad, a male narrator says, “As a new administration in Washington works to fix our national economy, here in New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg is doing the same.

Bloomberg’s First Radio Ads: Empathy, Economy, Rev. A.R. Bernard