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The Obama administration has been ramping up its TV advertising push in states with early primary contests.
It announced on Wednesday that it has spent more than $2.3 million to promote its upcoming ad campaign, including an $80 million television buy that will air in the next week or so in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Ohio, North Carolina and Wisconsin.
And the White House also announced a $3.2 million TV buy this week in Georgia.
The push comes after a year in which the Obama campaign has had to contend with an onslaught of negative ad spending that has helped derail the president’s re-election effort.
The Obama campaign and its allies have been trying to turn the election into a referendum on the president.
They have mounted TV spots featuring a man who says he has spent the past seven years running his family’s business, and another showing a woman with the slogan, “I’m a businessman, not a politician.”
And on Thursday, a narrator who says, “The economy is working, but our democracy is not,” was used in ads in Wisconsin and Michigan to urge voters to vote against the Republicans.
The ads have been targeted at people who are likely to support Democrats in the November election.
The Obama campaign is hoping that its ads will show that voters are not voting for Republicans because they’re angry over the economy, according to two senior White House officials.
The ads are designed to emphasize that voters who support Democrats are motivated by a sense of duty and are not swayed by the negative campaign ads.
But the campaign has been unable to build on the ground-level ads that it aired in 2014 and 2016, when the president was running against a Democratic opponent.
And they’ve struggled to convince voters who will be voting in November to consider the president as a legitimate candidate.
The first major ad buy in Wisconsin was launched last week.
A television ad showing the president speaking to a crowd of supporters was aired last week in Michigan.
And in North Carolina, the campaign aired a television ad in the state’s primary that showed a man holding up a sign reading “I voted for you, I support you.”
But the Obama team has been reluctant to try to paint the GOP as the party of billionaires and corporate leaders who are out to take away Americans’ jobs and livelihoods.
The ad also didn’t go far enough to counter the barrage of negative ads from conservative super PACs and other outside groups.
“The ad has been very successful in that it’s gotten a lot of attention and a lot more money, and that’s been really important,” said one senior White Hope official.
“We’re not trying to go out and buy all of those spots and make them more relevant to the voters.”
But some Democrats say that’s not the way the White Hope campaign has planned to use the $1.6 billion ad buy.
In fact, the ad buy is meant to emphasize a point that the Obama administration and the administration of former President George W. Bush made in their ads against the GOP during the 2016 presidential election.
The campaign spent more money targeting Republicans than Democrats in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and North Carolina in 2016, but those states went for Trump.
The new ads come amid the broader campaign spending drive that the White Supremacist American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) is making.
ALEC has been pushing for state legislatures to pass legislation that would give corporations more influence in state legislatures.
The law would require state legislatures and local school boards to approve school vouchers, pay for teacher pay and establish the minimum wage, among other things.
The ad campaign will focus on the role of the billionaire Koch brothers and their billionaire allies in the conservative movement.
They are not just spending on the ads, the White White Hope officials said, but on the legislation that they have been pushing.
The White Hope is also trying to build a coalition around its agenda that includes Democratic lawmakers and elected officials.
And while the Obama Administration and Democrats in Congress have been working to pass major economic legislation, many of the Democrats who have been elected to state legislatures say they want to take action on the issues they’re most passionate about.
The Democratic Governors Association is a group that has been working on a bipartisan bill to overhaul the tax code.
That bill has been stalled in Congress, but a Democratic bill introduced last week by Sens.
Tammy Baldwin and Bernie Sanders has attracted support from some members of the House of Representatives.
The group has also been working with the Obama White House to expand the number of Democratic members of Congress to reach more than 100.
They hope to get more than 30 seats to the U.S. House of Representative by the end of the year.
The administration is also targeting the Koch brothers in its effort to win over voters.
The White Hope and ALEC groups have worked together on a number of issues, including a law that would make it harder for businesses to dodge taxes.
And Obama is taking a lead role in the effort to promote the legislation.
The president is also making it clear that he wants to make it easier for people to vote and is pushing for