The campaign official said on Sunday, as cited by the newspaper, that the ad buy of $1 million in each of the two states was aimed at kicking off the campaign ahead of pro-Republican ads.
The first ad is entitled Dorothy and concentrates on Clinton’s mother and her struggle for a better life. The second ad, called Family Strong, focuses on the Democratic candidate’s own family life and work, focusing on her work for the Children’s Defense Fund and her position as a senator representing New York during the 9/11 attacks.
Campaign manager Robby Mook was quoted by the newspaper as saying that ads were going to show people who Clinton fought for and what motivated her commitment to children and families.
Both ads were uploaded to Hillary Clinton’s YouTube channel on August 2 and have received thousands of views.