ATLANTA - President Donald Trump made another visit to Georgia just days ahead of the election, in hopes of securing the state.
The president appeared at a rally at the Richard B. Russell Airport in Rome.
Doors to the event opened at 5:30 p.m. and Trump began delivering remarks shortly after 9 p.m.
Sen. Kelly Loeffler tweeted Thursday morning that the president would in the Peach State on Sunday.
Trump is looking to keep Georgia in Republican hands as a recent poll shows he and Democratic nominee Joe Biden are essentially tied.
Biden made his first general election stop in the longtime red state on Tuesday. The former vice president told FOX 5 he "feels good" about his chances to win Georgia.
More than 3 million Georgians have already cast their ballot during the early voting period, according to Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. His office expects record turnout to continue through Election day.
So far, more than 73 million Americans have already voted, absentee or by mail, and Trump and Biden are trying to energize the millions more who will vote in person on Tuesday.
While the Election Day vote traditionally favors Republicans and early votes tend toward Democrats, the coronavirus pandemic, which has killed more than 227,000 people in the United States, has injected new uncertainty about the makeup of the electorate.
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