DNC to post billboard on I-4 corridor touting Joe Biden’s budget deal

The local media buy is part of a national campaign reaching voters in battleground states.

Billboards promoting President Joe Biden’s economic track record will soon greet drivers on Interstate 4.

The Democratic National Committee (DNC) announced a six-figure nationwide campaign touting the President’s record successes after signing a budget deal. Officials at the DNC tell Florida Politics the campaign will include a billboard along the famous I-4 corridor, a populated but politically swingy region that often determines who wins Florida’s electoral votes in presidential contests.

“President Biden and Democrats deliver again for the U.S. economy,” the billboard will read in all capital letters.

A headshot of the President runs the height of the sign. The billboard also touts historically low unemployment and the creation of 13 million jobs since Biden took office. And in the wake of the budget deal, it notes the President “secured bipartisan agreement to prevent default” while protecting veterans’ benefits, Medicare and Social Security.

The sign will appear on I-4 near Michigan Street facing northeast, on the south edge of Downtown Orlando.

“The American people elected President Biden and Vice President Harris to provide strong and steady leadership from the White House, and this bipartisan budget deal serves as the latest example of how they’re cutting through the divisions in Washington and bringing people together to deliver results,” said Julie Chavez, Biden’s Campaign Manager.

“The President’s wisdom, experience and laser-focus on the issues Americans care about are why he’s been able to achieve tangible accomplishments in his first term. These ads are a powerful reminder of the President’s ability to get things done, and to rebuild the middle class and our economy at a historic pace while preventing MAGA Republicans and their extreme agenda from unraveling our progress.”

The billboard notably goes up in the Sunshine State as the contest for the Republican nomination for President plays out primarily between two Florida candidates: Gov. Ron DeSantis and former President Donald Trump.

Biden lost Florida to Trump in 2020, marking the first time since 1992 a candidate won the presidency without taking the Sunshine State. And DeSantis just won re-election as Governor by a landslide.

But DNC officials remain confident Biden’s track record as President will help him win the state in 2024.

“In a testament to his experience, legislative expertise and leadership, President Biden successfully negotiated a deal that protected key priorities and the historic economic gains we have made over the last two years,” said DNC Chair Jaime Harrison.

“While MAGA Republicans will stop at nothing — including holding our economy hostage — to enact their unpopular and dangerous agenda, the American people also now see that President Biden and Democrats will continue to find a way forward and never stop working to deliver for them.”

Image via DNC.

Jacob Ogles

Jacob Ogles has covered politics in Florida since 2000 for regional outlets including SRQ Magazine in Sarasota, The News-Press in Fort Myers and The Daily Commercial in Leesburg. His work has appeared nationally in The Advocate, Wired and other publications. Events like SRQ’s Where The Votes Are workshops made Ogles one of Southwest Florida’s most respected political analysts, and outlets like WWSB ABC 7 and WSRQ Sarasota have featured his insights. He can be reached at [email protected].


  • Earl Pitts American

    June 6, 2023 at 12:20 pm

    Good afternoon America,
    Ummmm I, Earl Pitts American, dont think so.
    I’ve got The Ronald’s people looking into ways to stop this blight on the sunny vistas of the Great State of Florida.
    They are going through Florida’s littering laws, community standards laws, truth in advertizing laws and consumer protection laws.
    And of course we are gathering Lamar and the other billboard businesses together for a fact sharing meeting on the advantages of being a good Florida business partner. At the meeting we will feature entertaining closed loop video of all the times Barney Fife “nipped” such a pervasive blight on the good town of Mayberry “in the bud”.
    “Nip It Andy Nip It In The Bud”.
    Thank you America,
    Earl Pitts “Nip It” American

    • Thelma Lou

      June 6, 2023 at 12:55 pm

      Thank you Earl,
      Just in case you cant figgure out how to stop this travasty, then it will be most appropriate to bring in The Florida National Guard, stop traffic for a couple of miles back both ways from the offinseve sign on I-4 and blow the sign to smittherines with a few missles from a Florida National Guard Fly Over.
      Nip ItvEarl,

  • Ed Dot Com 👍

    June 6, 2023 at 2:38 pm

    Don’t believe the neo nazi propaganda. Biden is in pristine physical and mental condition. Vote Biden in 2024. “Let’s finish the job” (against the MAGA clowns.) Let’s send Orange Hitler to jail.


      June 6, 2023 at 2:56 pm

      Good afternoon Erectile Dysfunction Dot Com,
      Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha. And further more, Erectile Dysfunction Dot Com, Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha.
      Thank you Erectile Dysfunction Dot Com.
      Earl Pitts “Big Viral Bull Of The Woods Gimormas Gonads” American

    • Impeach Biden

      June 7, 2023 at 7:39 am

      We see Biden stumbling, tumbling, bumbling on a regular basis. So what is it like when the public can’t see? Is he in a wheelchair? Do they have him in a golf cart? Is this the best the Demo’s can do? A travesty and you dummies would re-elect that incompetent old fool.

      • Ocean Joe

        June 7, 2023 at 9:26 am

        No use for Biden, but what did you guys offer in 2020 when given the chance? A big fat restriction on women’s reproductive rights to satisfy the church folk, rants about the border with absolutely no substantive proposals to fix it, weird pro-Russian sentiments on Ukraine, and worst of all: no real suggestions to lower inflation.
        So Biden gets the infrastructure bill passed, the Chips bill so we will not be hostage to China if it takes Taiwan, the end of the war in Afghanistan, extremely low unemployment.
        Choice: screeching about minorities vs. results. You lose.


    June 6, 2023 at 8:42 pm

    Good evening America,
    As you can see I, Earl Pitts American, have cleaned up most of the dook 4 brains lefty’s potty mouths by washing the devil out with soap here at our benevolant and beloved online host The Great F. P.
    This guy “Erectial Dysfunction” Dot Com”, as you can see, is going to take a little more hard work from me, Earl Pitts American. Maybe I will give him a bottle of those little blue pills so he can experience the joy of boning his lovely wife again. I, Earl Pitts American, have been taking her to the bar and kissing her in the car for years. I think hes mad because his youngest child, Earlene, came out looking like me, Earl Pitts American.
    Thank you America,
    Earl Pitts “Everybody’s Daddy” American

  • tom palmer

    June 7, 2023 at 8:46 am

    Don’t forget how much FDR got done while confined to a wheelchair.

  • Ed Tao

    June 7, 2023 at 11:28 am

    13 million jobs created since Biden took office? What a laugh. During the initial lockdowns the U.S. shed some 20.6 million jobs of which about 18 million were considered to be temporary losses. Recovering temporary job losses due to lockdowns is not lock creation. If Biden and his puppet masters had any clue the US would be doing much better economically and would be creating actual new jobs and not just backfilling those temporary pandemic induced job losses. Instead they pull trillions from the economy by extorting taxpayers and then throw those funds back into the economy through “stimulus” spending and pretend that is actually growing the GDP. Man people are gullible as well as financially illiterate.

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