Les clips de campagne aux USA, épisode 1

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Tradition oblige, les clips de campagne sont utilisés dans toutes les élections. Courtes ou longues, intimes ou générales, peu importe le format des vidéos, le but est identique : transmettre une émotion et espérer des suffrages. J’en parlais dans ce papier lors des dernières élections suédoises. Premier épisode de ce tour d’horizon des clips officiels pour la primaire démocrate, sans commentaire cette fois.

Joe Biden For President: America Is An Idea.

It’s time for respected leadership on the world stage—and dignified leadership at home. It’s time for equal opportunity, equal rights, and equal justice. It’s time for an economy that rewards those who actually do the work. It’s time for a president who will stand up for all of us.

Amy Klobuchar For President: Let’s Get to Work.

On a cold February day in Minneapolis on the mighty Mississippi River, with thousands of friends and supporters at my side I announced that I’m running for President of the United States. As I said that day in our nation’s heartland, we must heal the heart of our democracy and renew our commitment to the common good.

Pete Buttigieg For President: A fresh start for America.

On April 14, 2019, Pete Buttigieg announced he is officially running for president of the United States. Thousands of supporters joined him in an old Studebaker automobile manufacturing plant in his hometown of South Bend, Indiana.

Cory Booker For President: We will rise.

The lines that divide us are nowhere near as strong as the ties that bind us. When we join together and work together — we will rise.

Kamala Harris For President: For the People.

We know America can be better than this — but it’s on us to build it. We have to fight for it. Together. Go to kamalaharris.org to join us.

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