President Donald Trump has carried out a three-state campaign blitz after voting for an election early in Florida.
He remained engaged in rallies in North Carolina, Ohio, and Wisconsin on Saturday as sought to battle against his strong rival Joe Biden.
On the other hand, Democrat Joe Biden carried out a campaign in Pennsylvania.
Mr. Trump spoke in Lumberton. He said America’s coronavirus epidemic had been blown out of proportion and mocked his Democratic rival for making ominous warnings about a bleak winter.
On the other hand, Mr. Biden held a drive-in rally in Bristol, Pennsylvania where he told supporters, “We don’t want to become superspreaders.”
Presidential candidates usually chose “battleground” states where either of them could win. States such as Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Florida, Ohio, and North Carolina are viewed as the most influential as they historically set tough competition between Republican and Democrat candidates. They also have high numbers of electoral college votes, which decide the results of the election.
President Trump will appear in New Hampshire on Sunday. He will also attend two rallies in Pennsylvania on Monday before heading towards Michigan, Wisconsin, and Nebraska on Tuesday.
The Biden campaign focused on Pennsylvania on Saturday – holding two drive-in rallies there.
President Trump has cast his ballot ahead of the November 3, 2020, US Presidential election.
According to the details, he cast his vote at the polling station in West Palm Beach, Florida and he also wore a mask on this occasion.