PHOENIX — Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is coming back to Arizona next week, but will not be in the Phoenix area this time around.
According to the event page on his website, Trump will host an event at the Prescott Valley Event Center at 2 p.m. on Tuesday.
Trump was last in Arizona in late August, when he announced his 10-point immigration plan during a speech at the Phoenix Convention Center.
Tuesday’s visit will be the nominee’s sixth trip to the state since beginning his campaign last year. The events have drawn large crowds of both supporters and protesters.
Though it is unknown what Trump will talk about, immigration has been a primary speaking point of Trump’s during Arizona visits.
He used a December event in Mesa to call for a halt to illegal immigration. Trump said, if the illegal immigration process is not halted, Americans will lose the country.
“If we don’t stop [illegal immigration], we don’t have a country,” he told a crowd of thousands inside an airport hangar at Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport.
Trump’s vice presidential nominee, Mike Pence, has also made a push in the state. He has hosted two events in the Phoenix area since being accepting the nomination and appeared briefly before Trump’s immigration plan speech last month.
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