The President is speaking in Michigan, Wisconsin, and Nebraska, while his Democratic opponent is in Georgia.
Trump will hold rallies in three key states: Michigan, Wisconsin, and Nebraska. Biden will travel to Georgia, and former President Barack Obama will hold a campaign event supporting him in Florida.
Meanwhile, according to the US Elections Project at the University of Florida, more than 64 million Americans have already voted, almost half of the total number of votes cast in the 2016 election. According to experts, it may take weeks to count votes submitted by mail.
Trump tweeted on Monday: “The final results should be ready by November 3.”
Biden’s visit to Georgia, which is traditionally a Republican stronghold, shows his campaign staff’s optimistic mood. This state has not voted for Democrats in a presidential election since 1992. Speaking to reporters on Monday, Biden expressed that he has a “good chance” of winning in Georgia.
During the day, he will hold an event in Warm Springs, and in the evening – in the state capital, Atlanta.
Meanwhile, Trump’s decision to visit Nebraska indicates that his staff is preparing for a fierce battle for the state.
The President’s rally is likely to be attended by residents of neighboring Iowa, for which there is also intense competition.
On Tuesday morning, Trump is holding rallies in Michigan and Wisconsin – two states where he won by a narrow margin in 2016, but now, according to polls, is trailing Biden.
Vice President Mike Pence is holding campaign events in North and South Carolina on Tuesday.