The two-states in one day rally program is set for November 4, when Trump will address voters in Georgia and Tennessee.
In the closing days of Florida's high-stakes races for governor and USA senator, President Donald Trump and former President Barack Obama will try to rally the Republican and Democratic faithful in the state.
It's also likely that Republicans will retain control of the Senate, making it impossible for the House on its own to push through changes. Scott is challenging Nelson in a race that could determine control of the U.S. Senate.
With days to go before Election Day, Trump is seeking to boost Republicans in the face of Democratic enthusiasm. In the outgoing House, Republicans have 235 seats and the Democrats have 193 seats.
In the state's gubernatorial race, Democrat Andrew Gillum and Republican Ron DeSantis are in a neck-and-neck battle, while GOP Florida Gov.
Harris and Newsom will later rally in Costa Mesa for Democrat candidate and former Republican Harley Rouda, running in the 48thcongressional district to knock off 11-term Republican Rep. Dana Rohrabacher.
Meanwhile, President Trump will host two campaign rallies in Florida this week in a full-time bid to galvanize Republican voters around the country.
The stakes for President Trump are extremely high since a Democratic victory in either chamber would give the party the power to open investigations into various aspects of his administration.
Trump is expected to do at least ten rallies in the final stretch before Election Day, doubling up on rallies many days. According to the Trump campaign, Trump has headlined 70 fundraising events since the start of his administration.