MADISON, Wis. (AP) — President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger Joe Biden both plan to make a final push in Wisconsin with campaign stops in the final week leading up to Election Day.

Trump was scheduled to hold a rally in West Salem, just outside of La Crosse, on Tuesday, one week before the Nov. 3 election. That comes after Trump held a rally Saturday in Waukesha, a conservative suburb of Milwaukee. Trump’s stop on Tuesday will be his eighth in battleground Wisconsin this year.

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Biden will be in the state on Friday, his campaign announced. No other details, including a location, were announced. Biden has been in Wisconsin twice this year, both in September.

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Pence was slated to be in central Wisconsin on Wednesday for a rally at the airport in Mosinee. Trump held a rally there in September.

Surrogates for both candidates have been holding a series of events in the state, and online, in the campaign’s final days.

Polls show Biden with a lead over Trump in the state that Trump won by fewer than 23,000 votes in 2016.

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