Trump, Harris visit Arizona on Wednesday in final pitch to voters
PHOENIX — Republican President Donald Trump and Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris will be in Arizona on Wednesday to make their pitches to voters less than a week before Election Day.
Trump and members of his campaign have made Arizona a popular destination in the months leading up to Tuesday’s election.
The visit will be Trump’s seventh to the Grand Canyon State during the election cycle.
The president will hold rallies in Bullhead City at noon and Goodyear at 2:30 p.m.
Arizona is considered a battleground state and Trump trailed Democratic challenger Joe Biden 49%-46% in OH Predictive Insights’ final survey of the election cycle released Tuesday.
Harris and Biden, meanwhile, have been less active in visiting Arizona.
Harris’ trip to the state will be her second during the election cycle.
The Democrat will make stops in Phoenix and Tucson. Harris will meet with Latino business owners in Tucson before hosting a drive-in voter mobilization event at 12:25 p.m.
In the afternoon, Harris will travel to Phoenix to meet with Black leaders before another drive-in mobilization event at 4:35 p.m with Grammy award-winning singer Alicia Keys.
Harris joined Biden on Oct. 8 during the only previous campaign trip by the Democratic ticket to Arizona.