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Candice Norwood is a former digital politics reporter for the PBS NewsHour.
Pence and President Donald Trump have continued to hold in-person rallies in the final stretch of the election campaign, despite rising cases of COVID-19.
Hours before President Donald Trump holds a rally there this evening, Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris was participating in early vote mobilization events.
Vice President Mike Pence will speak at a campaign rally in Hermon, Maine, with about two weeks until voting for the 2020 election ends.
The event comes after two staffers for the Biden campaign tested positive for coronavirus.
A recent statewide poll of likely Ohio voters conducted by Baldwin Wallace University, Ohio Northern University and Oakland University showed Trump had slightly more support than Biden, 47 percent to 45.4 percent.
As the Biden-Harris campaign works to expand its appeal more progressive voters less than four weeks from the election, a number of people told PBS NewsHour they don’t see the current Democratic ticket as a sign of progress.
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf said the arrests were under "Operation Rise," which targets so-called sanctuary cities.
The prioritization of mailed ballots in 2020 creates hurdles for indigenous people -- about 4.7 million of whom are of voting age -- who already faced voting obstacles prior to the pandemic.
The White House released a statement on Friday -- less than 24 hours after his positive test was announced -- that the president will be moved to Walter Reed hospital.
Since Ernst joined Congress in 2015, she has struggled to maintain support among voters who criticize her vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act in 2017, as well as her staunch support of President Donald Trump.
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