(NEW YORK) — With 39 days left until voters head to the polls, Donald Trump’s eldest daughter, Ivanka, is now headlining a television ad on behalf of her father’s campaign. According to the campaign, the ad will begin airing in the coming days nationwide on cable and in key battleground states targeting women voters.
“The most important job any women can have is being a mother,” Ivanka Trump says in the spot.
She also discusses her father’s proposals for working families and childcare tax deductions. “This will allow women to support their families and further their careers,” she says.
Just a few weeks ago, Ivanka hit the trail with her father as he released his plan for childcare for working families.
“As I have traveled around the country with my father, stories about the hardships caused by our existing child care system —- one that is too expensive, too outdated and too inaccessible — come up time and time again,” Trump’s daughter said during her remarks in Aston, Pennsylvania.
During the primaries, Ivanka Trump hosted YouTube videos targeted to early voting states with directions on how and where to vote. The campaign says Ivanka Trump will increase her trips on the trail in the coming weeks.
Trump’s three eldest children — Donald Jr, Ivanka and Eric — have been on the campaign trail dividing themselves among battleground states hosting both small events and fundraisers on their father’s behalf.
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