Trump’s first post-election push to get voters back to the polls comes in the form of a series of videos and an ad campaign

By Jessica Ebeling President Donald Trump has released an online ad campaign targeting voters with an expanded focus on the “inbound” marketing effort for his re-election.

Trump’s re-elected White House bid is facing mounting pressure to focus more on voter turnout after a series and a barrage of negative advertising from political opponents.

The president’s campaign is in the process of launching an online video series with a focus on “in-person voter registration” and a voter engagement campaign targeting people who may have been out of the country in the days leading up to the November 6 election.

The videos, which have been made available on Trump’s YouTube channel, are part of a campaign by Trump’s presidential campaign to make voter registration more accessible.

Trump announced the campaign during his campaign launch on Sunday, and he will unveil a series that includes a voter registration campaign in the first week of January.

“We need you to vote in November,” Trump says in the campaign’s video.

“We have a chance to get your vote back.”

The ad is available for viewing on

The video includes several clips from Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, and it says: “As the country moves forward, let’s show that America will always remain the shining city on a hill.

Let’s make sure every American is able to vote and every American has a voice in shaping our nation’s future.”

In addition to the voter registration video, Trump has also launched a voter mobilization campaign.

“The only way to stop this president is to let all of the citizens of America know that they have a voice,” Trump said in the video.

The campaign features ads highlighting voter registration, voter turnout, and voter turnout centers.

Trump also released a series titled “Making Your Election More Accessible,” which he hopes will be a new tool to get people back to vote.

“This is our first step,” Trump tweeted.

“Our next steps will be making the election accessible to all Americans, starting with the people who have been left out of our democracy.”

The ads are being created in coordination with the Trump National Committee, which has been heavily engaged in voter outreach efforts.

The RNC has also released an ad that highlights a recent study conducted by researchers at the University of Michigan.

The researchers found that voter turnout in the 2016 election was a lower than it was during previous presidential elections, and that the number of people who registered to vote was lower in 2016 than it had been in the 2012 presidential election.

“With more than half of the states having closed primaries, it’s crucial that all voters know that their vote matters,” Trump wrote in the tweet.