With 10 days left until election day, the trail is heating up! Both candidates are taking their message to the voters in a last-ditch rally for support.
President Trump cast his ballot early in West Palm Beach, Fla., on Saturday, telling a group of supporters: “I voted for a guy named Trump.” as he prepares for a marathon of rallies all across the country. You will see Trump in multiple states.
“To continue our movement, I am going to rely on you. Get out and vote,” Trump told supporters in the Sunshine state during a rally on Friday. “Vote early. Bring your friends, your family, your neighbors, your co-workers. Even grab your boss and say: ‘Come on, boss. You got to vote.’”
Trump is slated to speak at the Robeson County Fairgrounds in Lumberton, N.C., on “fighting for the forgotten men and women.”
“Quick stop in North Carolina with a wonderful Indian Tribe, and guests. Then off to two BIG Rallies in Ohio and Wisconsin. See you later!!!,” Trump tweeted before taking the stage.
Despite surging numbers of coronavirus cases, Trump will make the rounds to battleground states, stumping in Lumberton, N.C; Circleville, Ohio, and Waukesha, Wisc., in the final 10 days of the campaign.
Later Saturday, he’ll make stops in Ohio and Wisconsin before heading to the White House for the night.
Meanwhile, Vice President Mike Pence and his wife Karen dropped off their absentee ballots Friday at a site in Indianapolis.
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Biden, meanwhile, will hold a pair of drive-in events in Bucks County, and Luzerne County, a blue-collar area that twice voted for Obama but went overwhelmingly for Trump four years ago.
Biden’s campaign said the former vice president will be joined by Bon Jovi, a native of neighboring New Jersey, for the Luzerne event.