With Election Day just three days away, former President Barack Obama will hit the campaign trail with Joe Biden on Saturday, their first joint campaign event in 2020. The pair will be in Flint and Detroit, one day after President Trump campaigned in Waterford Township, Michigan.
Mr. Obama won Michigan in 2008 and 2012, but Mr. Trump captured it in 2016. CBS News Battleground Tracker currently has Biden winning the state by 8 percentage points.
Mr. Trump will be in key battleground state Pennsylvania on Saturday, making stops in Newtown, Reading and Butler. Biden and his wife Jill Biden, and Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris and her husband Doug Emhoff, will barnstorm Pennsylvania on Monday.
Vice President Mike Pence will hit Wisconsin, where Mr. Trump and Biden both stopped on Friday. Harris will be in Florida as Democrats try to recapture the state from Republicans. Mr. Obama campaigned in Florida earlier this week.