We're just days away from the 2018 midterm elections as candidates across the country make their final pitches to voters.
"It will be a very exciting five days,” President Trump said at the White House Friday. “I hear we’re doing very well.”
President Trump has been hitting the campaign trail hard since the summer and has no plans to quit now. Last night, he was in Missouri in hopes of unseating Democrat Senator Claire McCaskill.
I love you Missouri! Under Republican leadership, America is BOOMING, America is THRIVING, and America is WINNING - because we are finally putting AMERICA FIRST. Get out and VOTE Josh @HawleyMO for the United States Senate! #MAGA???? pic.twitter.com/opp35qPPy3— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 2, 2018
Trump is back in West Virginia for one final push against Democrat Senator Joe Manchin and for Republican candidate Patrick Morrisey.
Will be going to West Virginia and Indiana today, TWO RALLIES! Don’t tell anyone (big secret), but I will be bringing Coach Bobby Knight to Indiana. He’s been a supporter right from the beginning of the Greatest Political Movement in American History!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 2, 2018
Down to Florida for gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis and Senate candidate Rick Scott. Then, he's off to Montana for Senate candidate Matt Ronsendale.
Off to Tennesse and Georgia for Senate candidate Marsha Blackburn and gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp.
The final stretch includes hitting Missouri and Indiana again, then swinging through Ohio for Senate candidate Jim Renacci.
Vice President Mike Pence also has a busy schedule over the next few days with visits to Missouri, Kansas, Wisconsin for Governor Scott Walker and Montana. He will join President Trump in Tennessee, Florida and Indiana.