With Election Day just two days away, President Trump and Joe Biden are continuing to campaign through potential swing states. Mr. Trump is set to hold rallies in Michigan, Iowa, North Carolina, Georgia and Florida.
Biden will be in Pennsylvania, one day after Mr. Trump held several rallies in the state. “If we win Pennsylvania, it’s over,” the president said in Reading.
While Mr. Trump has been trying to hang onto the state, Democrats have been trying to flip the state back. Biden, Jill Biden, Kamala Harris and her husband Doug Emhoff will barnstorm the state on Monday.
Meanwhile, the CBS News Battleground Tracker shows Biden leading in early votes in key battleground states, while Mr. Trump leads among voters who say they plan to cast ballots on Election Day. show how Election Day turnout could affect the outcome of the election.
Bidenwith former President Barack Obama in Michigan on Saturday, where they skewered Mr. Trump for his focus on attendance at his rallies. “Does he have nothing better to worry about? Did no one come to his birthday party when he was a kid? What’s with the crowd size?” Mr. Obama wondered.
Mr. Trump received some good news late Saturday in Iowa, a state he won by 10 points in 2016 but where polls lately have shown a tight race with Biden. A Des Moines Register poll released Saturday gave him a 7 point advantage over Biden, 48% to 41%. Mr. Trump will be in Dubuque. Iowa, on Sunday to campaign, and the campaign announced shortly after the poll was released that Ivanka Trump will visit Des Moines on Monday.