Fight for US battleground state of Michigan enters final stretch
With less than three weeks to go before the US presidential election, incumbent President Donald Trump has held campaign rallies in two swing states, Michigan and Wisconsin, just hours apart.
His Democratic challenger Joe Biden had given two speeches in Michigan the previous day.
Biden is leading in many national polls, piling the pressure on Trump to sway undecided voters.
Al Jazeera's John Hendren reports from the US capital, Washington, DC.
President Donald Trump narrowly won the state in 2016, but current polls show former Vice President Joe Biden in the lead ABC News' Rachel Scott speaks with voters in the battleground state of Florida for "This Week."
#ABCNews #ThisWeek #Battleground #Florida #Voters #2020Election Battleground states are emerging for the White House race between US President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden. Both candidates are hitting the campaign trail, despite the pandemic, with hopes of widening their electoral map. (Sept. 9) President Trump visited Arizona on Monday and is holding two rallies in the battleground state he won in 2016. It's one of six swing states the CBS News Battleground Tracker now says is a toss-up. Dylan Smith, the editor and publisher of Tucsonsentinel.com; Shaun Boyd, a political specialist with CBS Denver station KCNC; and Nick Ochsner, chief investigative reporter for CBS Charlotte affiliate WBTV, joined CBSN's "Red and Blue" with the latest on races in those key states.