Hillary for America

"Stand" +

0:30 ad run in SC from Feb. 21, 2016.


Morgan Freeman (voiceover)She says their names.

Clinton (audio clips):  Trayvon Martin, shot to death. 

Dontre Hamilton unarmed. 

Sandra Bland did nothing wrong...

Morgan Freeman (voiceover)And makes their mothers' fight for justice her own.

She speaks for a city poisoned by indifference.

Clinton (clip from speech in Flint):  We need action now...

Morgan Freeman (voiceover)And stands with the president against those who would undo his achievements.

Just like she's always stood with us.

Hillary Clinton.

Clinton (voiceover):  I'm Hillary Clinton and I approve this message.

Notes:  Compare to the Bernie 2016 at "It's Not Over."  The Feb. 21, 2016 press release...

Morgan Freeman, In New Clinton Ad, Declares 'She’s Always Stood With Us'
Actor Morgan Freeman narrates a second Hillary for America ad, called “Stand”, in which Freeman makes the case that Hillary Clinton has “always stood with us.” The ad highlights how Clinton has stood up for mothers who lost their sons and daughters to gun violence or while in police custody. The ad also invokes Clinton's work on behalf of families in Flint that had their water poisoned and her commitment to defending the progress made during the Obama administration. The ad began running this weekend in South Carolina.
Starting Monday, five mothers who lost their children to gun violence or while in police custody, as well as prominent civil rights attorneys, will travel to ten cities across South Carolina to host “Breaking Down Barriers” forums for Hillary Clinton. These supporters include Sybrina Fulton, mother of Trayvon Martin; Geneva Reed-Veal, mother of Sandra Bland; Gwen Carr, mother of Eric Garner; Maria Hamilton, mother of Dontre Hamilton; and Lucy McBath, mother of Jordan Davis. Also supporting Clinton are prominent civil rights lawyers Benjamin Crump, Gregg Greer, Cannon Lambert, and Billy Murphy.

The new ad runs alongside the previously released "All The Good" ad, in which Freeman tells the story of Hillary Clinton's lifetime commitment to breaking barriers. That ad highlights Clinton's work on juvenile justice issues in South Carolina, exposing racism in Alabama and registering Latino voters in Texas and her agenda to revitalize under-served communities. Freeman narrated advertising for the Obama re-election campaign in 2012.
Hillary Clinton recently launched her “Breaking Every Barrier Agenda” to break down all the barriers that hold South Carolinians back and build ladders of opportunity for all Americans. Clinton is committed to ending the school-to-prison pipeline, ending the era of mass incarceration, making college affordable, and protecting the right to vote. For a fact sheet detailing Clinton's proposals, click here.

The ad also ran in later states including Florida, Wisconsin and New York.
In the later versions the close has different text: