CLEVELAND — Democratic vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris will travel to Cleveland on Friday, according to a release from the Biden-Harris campaign.
Details of her visit were not immediately released.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden was in Cleveland, along with President Donald Trump for the first presidential debate on Sept. 29. The following day after the debate, Biden completed a train tour in Ohio.
Vice President Mike Pence spent this past Monday afternoon at an outdoor rally in Columbus, highlighting the administration’s record on jobs and manufacturing.
A new Baldwin Wallace poll has President Donald Trump with a two-point lead over Joe Biden in Ohio, which makes the state a toss-up, as the two-point lead falls within the margin of error. A BW poll released in late September also had the race in a dead heat.