ERIE, Pa. — Donald Trump’s running mate, Mike Pence, made a campaign stop in Erie Monday with less than 24 hours before voters head to the polls.
The vice presidential candidate rallied for support in the battleground state of Pennsylvania, where, according to Real Clear Politics, Clinton is leading Trump by 3 points. The margin of error ranges from 3 to 5 points.
Both campaigns on Monday targeted the battle ground state of Pennsylvania, one of about 12 important states for the candidates to win.
Pence’s stop to Penn State Behrend’s Junker Center is the first stop for him in Erie. Trump held a rally at the Erie Insurance Arena in August.
Since taking office in 2013, the Indiana governor’s work included the largest state tax cut in Indiana history. Trump said he plans for a big tax cut across the board if he’s elected.
Trump is hitting the campaign trail hard on the final day, making six stops with one of those in Scranton.
Clinton was scheduled to make four stops on Monday with two in Pennsylvania.
Polling places in Erie open at 7 a.m. and close at 8 p.m. on Tuesday.