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President Trump rallied supporters in Londonderry, N.H., on Sunday afternoon and will later return to Washington, holding a “Halloween at the White House” event with first lady Melania Trump. Vice President Pence is hitting the campaign trail, as well, even as some of his top aides have tested positive for the coronavirus. Pence will deliver remarks at a rally in Kinston, N.C., on Sunday night.
Former vice president Joe Biden, meanwhile, is hosting a virtual “I Will Vote” concert, and his running mate, Sen. Kamala D. Harris (D-Calif.), is spending the day in Michigan. Harris participated in a drive-in church service and canvass kickoff event outside Detroit; later, she will hold a meeting with volunteers in Troy and a drive-in rally in Pontiac.
With 9 days until Election Day …
- Trump declined to say whether he thinks Pence should continue campaigning, telling reporters, “You’ll have to ask him. He’s doing very well; good crowds, very socially distanced.”
- Trump and Biden spent Saturday fanned out across Florida and the Midwest, sharpening their messages in key battleground areas.
- Former president Barack Obama will stump for Biden and Harris in Orlando on Tuesday.
- Fearful calls flood election offices as Trump attacks mail-in voting, threatening participation in GOP strongholds.