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It’s been a busy day on the campaign trail as the candidates and their surrogates fanned out across the country to make their final pitches to voters in battleground states.

President Trump voted Saturday morning in West Palm Beach and followed by a trio of appearances in North Carolina, Ohio and Wisconsin. Vice President Pence is headlining two rallies in Florida.

Democratic candidate Joe Biden returned to his native Pennsylvania for events in Bucks County and Luzerne County, two areas crucial to winning the important state. Sen. Kamala D. Harris (D-Calif.) delivered a speech in Cleveland, former president Barack Obama held a drive-in rally in Miami and singer Cher is holding a nighttime Biden event in Las Vegas.

Back in Washington, the Senate debated the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court with a final vote expected on Monday.

With 10 days until Election Day …

  • Trump privately tells donors it would be ‘very tough’ for GOP to hold Senate
  • Biden has surged ahead of Trump in donors — including in the states that matter most
  • Senators engage in bitter floor feud over the Barrett nomination
  • As Obama stumps for Biden, he is also campaigning to protect his own legacy
  • Biden leads Trump by nine percentage points nationally, 52 percent to 43 percent, according to an average of national polls since Oct. 12. Biden’s margin in the battleground state of Michigan is 10 points. It’s eight points in Wisconsin, seven in Pennsylvania, five in Arizona and one in Florida.