Just four days and counting until the final votes get cast.
President Trump and Joe Biden are vying for voters in crucial Midwest states.
Both are stopping in Wisconsin and Minnesota. The President will also be in Michigan. Biden will be in Iowa.
Picking up electoral votes in this part of the country is the priority as both candidates keep up a frantic pace to gain ground in the homestretch.
Bolstered by record-breaking economic numbers Thursday, the President is on another campaign sprint in the Midwest.
"33.1 percent, the biggest in the history of our country, said Trump as he headed to a rally in Michigan Friday.
Insisting he doesn't take anything for granted, Joe Biden scheduling his busiest day yet.
Between the two campaigns, they're targeting four states - Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Iowa.
Biden is trying to shore up leads with blue-collar workers Hillary Clinton neglected in the final days four years ago.
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Iowa and Wisconsin are swing states President Trump won in 2016. Republicans are also making a play for Minnesota where Hillary Clinton was victorious.
Both states are among those wrestling with an increase in co-vid 19 cases. The candidates sending a very different message to voters.
Meanwhile, as both campaigns rush to make their case, voters are flocking to the polls in big numbers across the country.
Many are braving hours in line to cast their ballots.
More than 83 million voters have already cast their ballots, That's an early voting record.
In the reliably red state of Texas, early voting is already exceeding the total number of ballots cast in 2016.
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