Melania Trump to Campaign in Chester County

The First Lady’s first major solo campaign stop of 2020 will be in Chester County this week. 

According to a release from the Trump campaign, Melania Trump will be headlining a campaign event moderated by 2016 campaign manager and former White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway in Atglen on Tuesday afternoon. 

While this is the First Lady’s first major solo campaign visit of the 2020 cycle, the Trump campaign has been very active in the Keystone State in recent weeks. 

President Donald Trump hosted three separate rallies in Pennsylvania on Monday. He kicked off his day by delivering “victory remarks to American workers” in Allentown, followed by hosting two “Make America Great Again!” rallies in Lititz and Martinsburg in the afternoon. 

Prior to today’s three rallies, President Trump’s most recent visit to the state was on Oct. 20, when he led a rally in Erie. He also hosted a rally in Johnstown earlier in October as well. 

Vice President Mike Pence held three rallies in the state last week alone. He led rallies in Allegheny County on Friday afternoon, Cumberland County on Monday afternoon, and Reading the previous Saturday. 

Former Vice President Joe Biden has been busy campaigning in the commonwealth as well this month. 

On Saturday, Biden headlined campaign events in Bucks and Luzerne Counties. Other visits in the state this month for the Democratic presidential nominee include Philadelphia for a town hall, Gettysburg, Erie, and several cities in western PA as a part of the campaign’s “Build Back Better Express” train tour. 

Sen. Kamala Harris’s last campaign visit in the state was on Sept. 17 in Philadelphia. 

Former President Barack Obama also hit the campaign trail for the first time last week when he hosted a drive-in rally for Biden’s campaign in Philadelphia. 

Recent polling indicates that Biden has an advantage over Trump in the state. The Real Clear Politics Average shows Biden besting Trump by 5 points in Pennsylvania.

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