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President Trump returning to Arizona next week for 2 campaign stops

Oct 15, 2020, 5:07 PM | Updated: 5:11 pm
(AP Photo/Karl DeBlaker)...
(AP Photo/Karl DeBlaker)
(AP Photo/Karl DeBlaker)

PHOENIX — President Donald Trump will make another push at Arizona voters by hosting two campaign stops in the state next week.

Trump will hold rallies Monday at the Prescott and Tucson airports, his campaign announced Thursday.

The Prescott rally will happen at noon before the 3 p.m. event in Tucson. Doors in Prescott will at 9 a.m. and in Tucson at noon.

Tickets for both the Prescott and Tucson rallies are available on Trump’s website.

Trump has appeared in Arizona five times already this year, and other members of his campaign have made numerous visits.

The president had campaign stops scheduled for earlier this month in Tucson and Flagstaff canceled because he was in quarantine after contracting coronavirus.

Trump most recently visited Arizona in September when he hosted a Latinos for Trump roundtable event at the Arizona Grand Resort in Phoenix.

Arizona is considered a battleground state, and the incumbent has been trailing Democrat Joe Biden in recent polling.

Biden and running mate Kamala Harris have visited Arizona once during the election cycle.

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