GOP Senate nominee to run digital ads in 2020

House Speaker Paul Ryan has been courting digital ad firms to run ads on his behalf in 2020, according to a new report.

Ryan’s top digital ad man, Craig Sajak, said he’s been working on ad buys for several months.

Sajak said he plans to begin running digital ads during Ryan’s presidential campaign in 2019 and is now preparing to launch an advertising campaign for him in 2020.

The Wisconsin Republican’s campaign said the ad buy would run through 2020 and would target swing voters in the state.

Sak said the ads would be a “campaign-to-campaign” effort.

Ryan has run digital advertising campaigns in the past, including in 2016.

Sokolowski said that if the ad buys begin running, they would be the first of their kind in the House of Representatives.

“If they’re successful, it could potentially be the beginning of something else,” he said.

“I don’t think that we’re out of the woods yet.

It’s still early days for this.”

Sajac told The Hill that he is in touch with the campaign about running digital ad buys in the 2018 cycle.

He said he hopes to hire a digital advertising team for the 2020 cycle.

“I’m hopeful that we’ll be able to launch some of these digital ad campaigns, but right now, it’s very early,” he told The Washington Post.

“We have to be realistic.

There’s still a long way to go.”

Sampson, the Republican House strategist, told The Post that the 2018 campaign was his first campaign for digital ads, and that he expects to hire digital ad managers in 2019.

House Speaker Paul Ryan has been courting digital ad firms to run ads on his behalf in 2020, according to…