WASHINGTON — U.S. President Donald Trump will vote in person in West Palm Beach, Florida before holding campaign rallies in three swing states, a Reuters report said Saturday.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will hold drive-in rallies in Pennsylvania, a state vital to both candidates. Within just 10 days before the Nov. 3 election, around 53.5 million American citizens have cast early votes, marking a record pace in more than a century, according to the U.S. Elections Project.
Last year, Trump shifted his permanent residence and voter registration from New York to Florida, a decisive state for his re-election. After voting, the president is set to hold rallies in North Carolina, Ohio and Wisconsin. Biden’s planned rallies will be held in Bucks County north of Philadelphia and Luzerne County near his birthplace of Scranton, according to local media. A recent Reuters/Ipsos poll showed that the Democratic candidate’s rating is four percentage point higher than that of Trump.