Donald Trump’s campaign has been accused of running ads with Republican political operatives posing as “real people”.
In one advert an unnamed woman calls Trump the greatest president ever for small business owners, and claimed Joe Biden had never achieved anything in 47 years in politics.
The woman, Kim Sherk, is actually the president of the Georgia Federation of Republican Women, according to gizmodo.com.
“As a small business owner, President Trump has been the greatest president we have seen,” said Kim Sherk in the video.
“He has increased jobs. I know there are more women who have been employed and minorities than ever before.”
The adverts featuring Ms Sherk are running places like California, Mississippi and Illinois and not her home state of Georgia, Gizmodo states.
The Cobb County Republican website identifies Ms Sherk as its vice-chair and former political director and secretary.
And beside Ms Sherk’s profile is a picture of her on a visit to the White House.
“Kim Sherk has served in numerous positions in the Republican Party and the Republican Women,” it states.
“She is currently the President of the Georgia Federation of Republican Women and immediate past President of the Cobb County Republican Women’s Club.”
The Georgia Federation of Republican Women is also encouraging its members to “monitor” polling stations on Election Day to “protect your vote.”
Another Facebook advert features Fern Smith, a woman running as a candidate for the Minnesota legislature.
And according to Ms Smith’s campaign website she has endorsements from the Minnesota Gun Owners PAC, the Minnesota Police, and Peace Officers Association, according to her campaign website.