Pence To Rally in Erie and Westmoreland Counties on Monday
Vice President Mike Pence will be campaigning in the Keystone State on the final day before the presidential election.
On Monday, Pence will hold two separate rallies in Pennsylvania. His first rally is slated to begin at 11:30 A.M. at the Arnold Palmer Regional Airport in Latrobe. The second rally is scheduled to kick-off at 2 P.M. at the Erie International Airport in Erie.
Pence won’t be alone campaigning in the commonwealth on the final day before the election.
President Donald Trump will rally at the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport on Monday afternoon, while former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign announced that the former VP, Jill Biden, Sen. Kamala Harris, and her husband, Doug Emhoff, will “barnstorm” the state and make appearances in all four corners.
On Saturday, Trump held four separate rallies in the state. He started the day by addressing an invitation-only crowd in Bucks County, followed by larger rallies in Reading, Butler, and Montoursville. On Sunday, Biden is set to travel to Philadelphia to “discuss bringing Americans together to address the crises facing the country and win the battle for the soul of the nation.”
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.
Biden’s most recent visit to the state was on Monday when he made a surprise visit to Delaware County to deliver an address. Last 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.
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.