SAN FRANCISCO (Diya TV) — President Barack Obama cut a fresh television ad for a pair of Indian-American political candidates with Election Day now less than one week away.

In a 30-second spot now running in California, Obama says California attorney general Kamala Harris knows “you got to be fearless against the special interests” and talks of how she fought big banks, transnational gangs and “predatory for-profit colleges — and won.”

As senator, Harris “will be a fearless fighter for the people of California, every day,” the president added.

Loretta Sanchez, who is contesting Harris for the Senate spot, finished in a well-beaten second to the Indian American in June’s primary election. Sanchez slammed Obama’s July endorsement of Harris, saying then that she had hoped “the leader of the Democratic Party would be focused on defeating Donald Trump and supporting Democratic Senate candidates against Republicans,” rather than backing one Democrat against another.

She also suggested that Obama had endorsed Harris because both are black, only to quickly walk back the comments in the face of angry complaints from Democrats.

The president additionally recorded a commercial in support of Illinois businessman Raja Krishnamoorth, who is running for the state’s 8th District congressional seat. In the ad, Obama describes Krishnamoorthi as a “good friend” who helped him “develop ideas for building an economy that works for everyone” when he ran for the U.S. Senate.

“When I ran for the U.S. Senate, Raja helped me develop ideas for building an economy that works for everyone. Now Raja’s plans will help small businesses grow, raise wages, and help families pay for college. The polls are open now, so don’t waste a minute. Vote Raja Krishnamoorthi for Congress,” Obama said.

After emerging victorious in the state’s Democratic primary, he’s now squaring off against Republican Peter DiCianni in this month’s general election for the seat.

Krishnamoorthi is making his second crack at being elected to the U.S. House of Representatives, which currently houses only one Indian American, Rep. Ami Bera from California.