The newspaper ad campaign is now on.
The big question is: will the campaign produce a new winner or not?
On Monday, the Associated Press reported that Donald Trump won the South Carolina Republican primary.
The Associated Press also reported that the Trump campaign has raised more than $1.5 million for South Carolina’s Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, with some $2 million more raised to be allocated in the coming days.
“The Trump campaign and the South Carolinian Democratic Senatoriate Committee have been making every effort to bring this election to a close,” said Republican Senator Richard Burr of South Carolina.
“I am confident that with the support of our supporters and the support from the national Republican Party, we will do so.
And we will end this once and for all.”
However, as reported by the Associated Statesman, the Republican Party of South Carolinians said they are not ready to move on from the Trump victory.
The Republican Party has not officially announced that the South Carolina Presidential primary is over yet, but it has already been reported that there are not enough ballots to count the total number of votes cast.
A few weeks ago, CNN reported that more than 2.5 billion ballots have been cast across the country, meaning that about a third of the vote is in question.
CNN reports that, as of Monday, Trump has 5.8 million more votes than Democratic rival Bernie Sanders.
But that does not mean that there is no hope for the Republican nominee.
Last week, the Trump camp announced that it was giving out over $2.2 million in digital ads in the state to help turn out the Democratic vote.
South Carolinian Democratic Senator Cory Booker has been working to turn out African-American voters in the Republican primary as well.
Trump also has a few high-profile endorsements to go with his victory.
Governor Nikki Haley of South Dakota has endorsed him.
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush is endorsing him.
He has also been endorsed by several members of the Republican leadership in Congress, including Senator John McCain of Arizona and Representative John Boehner of Ohio.
In addition, former US President Bill Clinton is also endorsing Trump.
If Trump wins the election, it will be the first time that the Republican party has a candidate win the presidency without the support or endorsements of the entire party.
On top of all this, Hillary Clinton is in the process of announcing her running mate, former New York Governor and Senator Hillary Clinton.
Despite the odds against her, Hillary is in a very strong position for a run for the White House in 2020.
“Donald Trump has taken the fight against racism in America and turned it into something very powerful,” said South Carolinas Democratic Senator Burr.
“His win in South Carolina was a major turning point for the campaign.
I can only hope that we continue to have the momentum we are on.
We have to make sure that we get to 270 votes in order to get to the White Houses in November.”
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
This article was produced by The Atlantic Wire and The Daily Wire from Los Angeles, CA.