Live blog: President Trump, VP candidate Harris campaign in Arizona
PHOENIX — Republican President Donald Trump and Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris on Wednesday made a final push to grab votes in the battleground state of Arizona.
Trump and Harris each hosted two stops in the Grand Canyon State six days before Election Day.
The Republican president, who has visited Arizona seven times during the election cycle, hosted rallies in Bullhead City and Goodyear.
Harris, meanwhile, had campaign events in Phoenix and Tucson.
Here’s the latest on their visits to Arizona:
Harris has concluded her speech at the Phoenix event.
Kamala Harris is speaking at an event in Phoenix.
She was introduced by musician Alicia Keys.
Trump’s campaign speech is over.
U.S. Sen. Martha McSally from Arizona and U.S. Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky were among the other speakers at the rally in Goodyear.
Trump has begun speaking at his event in Goodyear.
Trump has concluded his speech in Bullhead City. He has a 2:30 p.m. rally scheduled in Goodyear.
Harris’ drive-in event in Tucson has ended and the senator from California now has one more event — this one in Phoenix — scheduled for the day in Arizona.
Trump has begun speaking at his rally in Bullhead City.
“We are substantially up in a state named Arizona,” he said to his crowd of supporters.
About 100 cars gathered at Pima Community College West in Tucson for Harris’ drive-in event.
U.S. Rep. Raul Grijalva, who represents the area, spoke first and made the case against Trump and for Harris and Joe Biden.
“Diversity is not a liability, it is a strength for this country of ours,” Grijalva said, according to a pool report.
Trump is on his way to Bullhead City for his scheduled rally after spending the morning in Nevada, according to pool reports.
Harris is already in Tucson, where she’s expected to speak with Latino business owners and host a drive-in event.
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