TRUMP RALLY CAMPAIGN CAMPAIGNS CLOSE OF COSTS IN OHIO

Trump campaign officials are scrambling to get the campaign running, and their effort has started to pay off.

A series of state-level contests on Tuesday and Wednesday in the Keystone State have the potential to provide the Trump campaign with more opportunities to win.

But it’s also helping to show off its ground game in the crucial battleground states.

Trump campaign officials will start in the South on Tuesday, while in the Midwest on Wednesday, Trump will rally in Toledo.

It’s the first time Trump will hold a rally in the state since last fall, when he visited Toledo and Cleveland.

Ohio Gov.

John Kasich has a chance to claim a second victory in the Blue State.

The state has gone to Trump in every primary since Kasich won the GOP nomination in 2015.

But with Trump still in second place, Kasich is still running low on delegates.

Trump has only 797, meaning Kasich has to win more than 60% of the vote to claim the nomination.

That’s less than the 270 he needs to win the nomination outright.

“There is still a lot of time left before we get to the convention,” Kasich spokesman Ryan Mahoney said Wednesday.

“I think it will be pretty easy to catch up to Trump.”

Trump and Kasich are both running for re-election in November.

But Kasich is running out of time to build a ground game, as he struggles to win over supporters.

On Tuesday, the Trump team was trying to persuade Ohio voters that Trump would win the state.

The campaign even made an online ad in Ohio to help get the message across.

But it failed to convince voters of Trump’s candidacy, according to interviews with people who had seen the ad.

“It doesn’t make sense for Trump to be running a campaign without winning Ohio,” said one former Kasich campaign adviser, who asked not to be identified.

“That’s what it’s going to take for the campaign to get out there.”

Trump’s campaign has had to fend off some high-profile endorsements in recent weeks.

Last week, former Vice President Joe Biden endorsed the Republican nominee, and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has endorsed Trump as well.

Kasich and de Blasio have both had their numbers tumbling since the endorsements.

Kasich is hoping to capitalize on Trump’s low poll numbers to draw new voters to the race.

But the Trump strategy is working.

Trump’s biggest problem is that he’s losing support to Republican governors and senators, who are not as well-known as governors and state legislatures.

Trump still trails his rivals, who have won more statewide elections.

Trump’s numbers are improving, but he is struggling to build up support.

The Kasich campaign is also working on its messaging.

Trump himself has been talking about Ohio for a long time, and the Kasich campaign has tried to keep his image alive.

The message has been that Kasich is going to fight for Ohio and that he’ll do everything he can to help the people of Ohio.

On Tuesday, Trump is planning to hold a fundraiser in Columbus.

The event is set to take place at the Ohio Convention Center, and will include a live band and an open bar.

The party is expected to be a sellout, with the largest number of attendees expected to come from the Akron area.

The Ohio GOP is hosting its convention on Thursday.