Both candidates are actively campaigning in key states that could determine the outcome of the election.
Trump heads to Pennsylvania on Monday – one of the key states that both candidates frequently visit. In the President’s speeches at rallies in the cities of Allentown, Lititz, and Martinsburg. This week, he will make several trips to Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, as well as visit Nebraska, Arizona, and Nevada.
Biden remains in Delaware’s home state on Monday and will travel to Georgia on Tuesday with stops in Atlanta and Warm Springs. A visit to this state, where Democratic presidential candidates have not won since 1992, demonstrates Biden’s desire to expand his party’s electoral base. Polls show that there is a fierce battle for the state.
Although Biden is leading the nation in polls, the candidates are closing in on each other in key states like Florida and Pennsylvania. Former President Barack Obama, under whom Biden served as Vice President, will speak in Florida on Tuesday.
More than 59.1 million voters have already voted in the country eight days before the election. According to the US Elections Project at the University of Florida, this early voting rate could lead to the highest turnout in 100 years.