DNC billboards reminding Americans that “help is here” thanks to President Biden and Democrats continue to get attention

This week, local media across the country highlighted the need for the American Jobs Plan — the once-in-a-century and overwhelmingly popular investment in America that not only meets our current infrastructure needs, like rebuilding crumbling roads and bridges and making sure every American has access to broadband and clean water, but also invests in research and development, so that we can make 21st century products in the U.S. and sell them around the world. Meanwhile, the DNC’s “Help is Here” billboard campaign continues to attract attention as it reminds voters that Democrats are delivering relief, no thanks to a single Republican.

Here’s a look at what voters in states across the country were reading — and seeing — this week:

Local media continued to highlight the DNC’s billboard campaign, which reminds Americans that help is here thanks to President Biden and Democrats, who delivered needed relief to working families through the American Rescue Plan.

In Oregon:

Portland Tribune: Democrats praise Oregon senators, Biden bucks on billboards

By Zane Sparling

April 14, 2021

The nation’s top Democrats have an all-caps message for Oregon motorists: Help — and more importantly, cash — is on the way.

The Democratic National Committee is spreading that message with a new posting on a billboard near Exit 16 in Wood Village alongside Interstate 84.

“HELP IS HERE. $1,400 CHECKS. $$$ TO REOPEN SCHOOLS. $$$ FOR VACCINES,” the billboard proclaims.

Across the country, local media and state Democratic parties highlighted the critical need to pass the American Jobs Plan and how it would benefit their state’s infrastructure and economy.

In Arizona:

Cronkite News: Biden cites infrastructure needs in Arizona, other states, to push plan

By Haleigh Kochanski

April 12, 2021

In Florida:


CBS 4 Miami: A Look At The Infrastructure Needs President Biden’s American Jobs Plan Would Address In Florida

By CBSMiami.com Team

April 12, 2021

Florida Phoenix: Biden administration previews what its American Jobs Act would mean for FL: more than roads and bridges

By Michael Moline

April 12, 2021

Orlando Sentinel: Biden spending plan for Florida: bridges, trains, veterans, broadband, healthcare and more

By Kevin Spear
April 12, 2021

In Georgia: 

WSAV: Biden administration: Georgia bridges and roads need repair, bill promises funding

By JoAnn Merrigan

April 12, 2021

In Indiana:

WTHR: Here’s where the money will go in Indiana if Biden’s ‘American Jobs Plan’ passes

By WTHR.com staff, The Associated Press

April 12, 2021

In New Hampshire:

In North Carolina:

North Carolina Democratic Party: NCDP Chair Statement On President Biden’s American Jobs Plan

Spectrum News: Broadband, bridges and buses: What’s in the Biden administration’s infrastructure plan for N.C.?

By Charles Duncan

April 12, 2021

ABC11: Administration lays out proposals specific to NC, as Biden pushes infrastructure plan

By Jonah Kaplan

April 12, 2021

NC Policy Watch: Biden administration spells out exactly what the American Jobs Plan would mean for NC

By Rob Schofield

April 12, 2021

In Ohio:

Spectrum News: Biden looks to invest billions into Ohio’s infrastructure under American Jobs Plan

By Lydia Taylor

April 12, 2021

WTOL: Ohio infrastructure receives grade of C- on federal Infrastructure Report Card

By WTOL Newsroom

April 12, 2021

In Pennsylvania:


WPXI: Here’s how President Biden’s infrastructure plan would impact Pennsylvania

By WPXI.com News Staff

April 12, 2021

The Morning Call: Pennsylvania earned a C- on its infrastructure report card, with White House noting a ‘systemic lack of investment’ in the commonwealth

By Stephanie Sigafoos

April 13, 2021

In Wisconsin:

Patch: Biden’s American Jobs Plan Highlights Wisconsin’s Needs

By Feroze Dhanoa

April 12, 2021

WMTV: Wisconsin infrastructure has plenty of room to improve, White House finds

By Nick Viviani

April 12, 2021


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