A super PAC aligned with former President TrumpDonald TrumpRonny Jackson, former White House doctor, predicts Biden will resignMcCarthy: Pelosi appointing members of Jan. 6 panel who share ‘pre-conceived narrative’Kinzinger denounces ‘lies and conspiracy theories’ while accepting spot on Jan. 6 panelMORE dropped $100,000 on an ad campaign boosting Susan Wright in the lead-up to the runoff election in Texas 6th Congressional District.

The super PAC, Make America Great Again Action, spent $5,000 on ad production and another $95,000 to place the television spot, according to filings with the Federal Election Commission (FEC). The ad campaign was first reported over the weekend by the Dallas Morning News. 

Wright is facing off against fellow Republican Jake Ellzey in a runoff on Tuesday to represent Texass 6th District, south of Dallas and Fort Worth. The two candidates are vying to replace Wrights late husband, former Rep. Ron WrightRon WrightTrump pushes support for Wright in home stretch to Texas House runoffTexas Republicans propose audit of Democrat-heavy countiesDallas newspaper endorses Ellzey in special House runoffMORE (R-Texas), who died in February from COVID-19. 

Trump endorsed Susan Wright ahead of the districts May primary contest, and has continued to boost her throughout the runoff campaign. The former president is expected to headline a virtual get-out-the-vote event on Monday. 

Candidates of all parties appeared on the ballot in May. But Wright and Ellzey emerged as the top two vote-getters in that election, knocking Democrats out of the running for that seat.

Make America Great Again Action was formed in March as part of Trumps post-presidential political operation. The effort was spearheaded by his former campaign manager and longtime ally Corey LewandowskiCorey LewandowskiPentagon chief to restore advisory panels after purge of Trump loyalistsTrump denies fighting with Pence for hiring LewandowskiThe Memo: Dangers intensify for Trump as Vance brings chargesMORE. 

Matthew Langston, the chief consultant for Wrights campaign, told the Dallas Morning News that the ad from Make America Great Again Action appeared focused on encouraging voters to turn out for the runoff to compensate for a low turnout election.