Ivanka Trump set a campaign to Arizona on Sunday for the campaign event. Trump previously hosted a campaign event with the Republican governor, Doug Ducey in September.
Ivanka Trump is heading to Arizona this weekend for a campaign event, concluding a busy week for Copper State voters.
The president’s daughter will return to Phoenix on Sunday to host what is advertised as a conversation with her father’s supporters. According to the Associated Press, the location of the event was unknown on Friday evening.
“Under President Trump’s leadership, Arizona is leading the Great American Comeback for the country,” Ivanka Trump said in a campaign email.
“The enthusiasm we are seeing for President Trump and his America First Agenda is at an all-time high, and I am excited to be back in this great state once again to highlight the president’s accomplishments during these past four years,” she added.
In September, Ivanka Trump hosted another campaign event in the state capital with the Republican government. Doug Ducey.
After Wednesday’s Vice Presidential debate, the candidates turned their attention to Arizona.
Vice President Mike Pence visited Peoria on Thursday for an event. Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden and his vice president, Kamala Harris, were on the Phoenix subway the same day for their first visit to the Sunbelt battlefield.
President Trump originally planned to appear in Arizona earlier last week, but his campaign appearances were canceled after testing positive for COVID-19.
On Monday, he is expected to show up in Sanford, Florida, for the first time since his diagnosis.
Biden campaigns in Arizona amid uncertainty about the next debate.
In recent weeks, both Republicans and Democrats have focused on the Purple State, which many see as the key to election day victory.
While national polls have consistently shown Biden is taking the lead, Republicans advertise an ABC News / The Washington Post poll released in late September that identifies both Trump and Senate candidate GOP Sen. Martha McSally takes steam in Arizona.
On Friday, Biden’s lead was nearly four percentage points above FiveThirtyEight.com’s average of all polls in Arizona.