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President Donald Trump will hold a Make America Great Again rally next Saturday in Escambia County. The outcome will determine whether the Republican Party maintains control of Congress. He visited OH earlier this month to promote Republican gubernatorial candidate Mike DeWine, U.S. Senate candidate Jim Renacci, and congressman Steve Chabot.

The ad, full of images of economic rebound in leafy suburbs, comes at the start of a hectic week of campaign rallies for Trump but reflects polling showing Republicans' deficit among college-educated women in suburban House districts.

And indeed, Florida and Montana both host major Senate races this year, here between Scott and Nelson and in the Big Sky State between Democratic incumbent Sen.

Harris and Newsom will later rally in Costa Mesa for Democrat candidate and former Republican Harley Rouda, running in the 48thcongressional district to knock off 11-term Republican Rep. Dana Rohrabacher.

Between Oct. 31st and November 5th, Trump will make stops in West Virginia, Indiana, Montana, Georgia, andTennessee, along with two stops each in Florida and Missouri.

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The stakes for President Trump are extremely high since a Democratic victory in either chamber would give the party the power to open investigations into various aspects of his administration.

While in the House, Trump's goal is to retain the majority even though with a reduced margin, in the Senate aims at increasing the tally as close as possible to 60, which is the figure required to prevent filibuster.

Donald Trump will also be headed to the Sunshine state this week to back his own candidates, with a visit to Fort Myers with GOP nominee Ron DeSantis and Gov. Rick Scott.

The president plans to hold at least 10 rallies in the space of six days, with two in Florida, the official said.

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