TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (WOOD) — Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence stumped in Traverse City Monday as part of a last-minute full-court press Michigan.
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Pence will also be at DeVos Place in Grand Rapids with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump Monday night.
The same day, Trump’s daughters, Ivanka and Tiffany held a roundtable event and community forum at the Pinnacle Center in Hudsonville.
WDIV, the NBC affiliate out of Detroit, reported that Donald Trump’s son, Donald Trump Jr., would be in Warren and Detroit for campaign events on Monday.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are virtually tied in Michigan, according to an EPIC-MRA poll released Friday that was commissioned by the Detroit Free Press. Among those surveyed between Nov. 1 and Nov. 3, 42 percent said they sided with Clinton and 38 percent went with Trump, making the race a tie when you factor in the 4 percent margin of error.
Real Clear Politics switched Michigan to a “toss up” state shortly after Friday’s poll was released, leaving 166 Electoral College votes up for grabs. Clinton currently holds 208 votes to Trump’s 164 votes. The candidate who captures at least 270 Electoral College wins the White House.