Crunch Time: Trump, Clinton Surrogates Visit Key Battleground States

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker hold a campaign rally at the W.L. Zorn Arena November 1, 2016 in Altoona, Wisconsin. Walker ran for the Republican nomination against Trump and eventually dropped out of the race for the presidency.
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Both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are deploying surrogates to key battleground states, with the election in less than one week.

Donald Trump Jr. campaigned in Iowa and Ohio on Tuesday while Eric Trump was in Florida. Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani campaigned in Wisconsin while Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) spent time in Florida. Dr. Ben Carson campaigned on behalf of Trump in Pennsylvania. They will all continue to swing through key battleground states Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Trump’s daughters, Ivanka and Tiffany, as well as his daughter-in-law Laura, will continue to campaign throughout the week in several of the swing states including Michigan, Ohio, New Hampshire and Pennsylvania.

Newt Gingrich is also planning to stump for Trump in Colorado and Nevada.

Trump’s wife Melania will campaign Thursday in Pennsylvania.

Donald Trump is holding three campaign rallies on Wednesday in Florida.

Hillary Clinton is also deploying her family and surrogates across the country.

Clinton will campaign in Nevada on Wednesday. Bill Clinton will make stops throughout the Hawk-eye state.

President Obama is campaigning for Clinton in North Carolina, while Vice President Joe Biden stumps for her in Florida. Chelsea Clinton is campaigning for her mother in Wisconsin and Anne Holton will spend time in Ohio for Clinton.