Local filmmakers are putting together a last-minute campaign ad in support of Donald Trump’s run for the presidency.
Lights, cameras, and a whole lot of action — the crew has a whole studio set up at Video Master on 1st Street in Idaho Falls. The ad will be a last-minute rally for Trump that will be shown nationwide to try to persuade undecided voters. So on Saturday, the crew had local people come in to read a line or two from a written script to share their support for the Republican nominee.
“We only have so long to keep America intact — I don’t want it to fall apart. That’s why I’m doing this campaign,” participant Scott Butikofer said.
If you’d like to be a part of this local campaign ad, they will be filming again on Tuesday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Original ad for participants:
NEED PARTICIPANTS FOR A NATIONAL TRUMP CAMPAIGN AD (a last-minute rally for Trump that will be shown nationwide and will help get undecided voters, uneducated voters and millennials to vote for Trump) – if you support Trump, come and help us out. The script is already prepared and each person will need to memorize and say a single sentence on camera. The sentences are short so it will be very easy to memorize. In addition, we will allow you a short moment on camera to share your own thoughts about why you support Trump (or dislike Hillary [Clinton]). Trump has read the script, thanks to a major national radio talk show host who will be helping us promote it.
Location: Video Master, 635 1st St., Idaho Falls
Questions? Call Spencer Woodhouse, (208)-270-9736