What to expect from the Trump campaign’s digital ads on election night

The Trump campaign has launched a new digital ad buy this morning to support Democratic Senate candidate Kamala Harris, with digital ads being produced for each of the two party candidates in battleground states.

The ad buy marks the first time in nearly five years that the Trump digital team has been buying digital ads in a presidential election cycle, but the campaign said it will continue to make digital ads that support its candidate in battleground state contests.

The ads are expected to begin hitting television screens on Election Day.

The digital ads will be created by the digital advertising company ad agency Adman, which was responsible for last year’s digital ad buys for President Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.

The digital ads were part of the larger $25 million buy that was announced last summer to buy digital advertising for Trump’s 2020 campaign.

The new digital ads are set to hit airwaves in the coming days.

Harris, the first African-American woman elected to the US Senate, has a narrow lead over Republican Sen. Rob Portman, who is seeking his second term.

Trump has spent nearly a decade running his own digital operation and has spent billions of dollars on digital advertising since taking office in January.

The Trump campaign has launched a new digital ad buy this morning to support Democratic Senate candidate Kamala Harris, with…