The voting bloc that handed President Donald Trump his upset victory two years ago has largely wavered in support, causing races thought to be shoo-ins for Republicans to tighten; that, and the party has consistently been outspent by their Democratic counterparts in the months leading up to the elections.
Notably, Gov, Rick Scott, who is challenging Democratic incumbent Bill Nelson for his U.S. Senate seat, will make one of his first campaign trail appearances since Hurricane Michael when he goes to campaign alongside Trump and Republican gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis in Fort Myers.
Since Labour Day, the president has addressed 19 rallies and 11 are left on his schedule, thus making 30 rallies after Labour Day. Scott and DeSantis will join Trump on Halloween this Wednesday in Fort Myers before the president's second Florida rally in Pensacola on Saturday.
Trump's Florida appearances are part of a series of rallies across the country in important states.
Trump will travel to Missouri, West Virginia, Montana, Indiana, Ohio, Georgia, Tennessee and Florida in the final days before the November 6 vote, the official said. "He will also remind Floridians of the critical need to get out and vote for the GOP in the midterm elections".
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President Donald Trump will visit Missouri twice to urge the defeat of Democratic Sen.
Obama will appear at a rally at the Ice Palace Film Studios in Miami on Friday.
Trump already plans to host a MAGA (that's Make America Great Again) rally in Fort Myers on October 31.
Vice President Mike Pence was in Michigan Monday to stump for Republican candidates.
A summary of the state of the race released Tuesday by the Cook Political Report concluded that Democrats are favored to win the House, a determination that has been consistent throughout the midterm campaigns.