US Democratic candidate Joe Biden is in Michigan and Donald Trump is in Pennsylvania. This may be the key to winning the White House.
Biden joined former President Barack Obama. He said that the US “chaos” with the Trump administration has passed.
Trump said that the Republican victory will be a “huge red wave.”
Biden has a solid lead in the polls, but his advantage is narrower in the swing states that may decide the election.
In the early days of the US general election, more than 85 million people voted, 55 million of whom voted by mail. It made the country the largest number of voters in more than a century.
Biden and Obama campaigned at a car admission event in Flint, Michigan, and then went to Detroit, where singer Stevie Wonder joined them. Mr. Trump narrowly defeated Michigan in 2016.
When Obama ran for the first time with the former vice president, he compared Biden’s character with that of Trump.
He said: “It used to be that being a man meant taking care of other people… not looking for credit but trying to live right.”
“When you elect Joe, that’s what you’ll see reflected from the White House.”
When he stepped onto the stage, Mr. Biden tore his opponent to pieces and said it was time for him to “pack and go home”.
He added: “We’re done with the chaos, the tweets, the anger, the failure, the refusal to take any responsibility.”
Since candidates strictly abide by the rules of keeping distance from society, Mr. Biden’s campaign is usually small.
This is not the case for Mr. Trump, who will hold a series of four rallies in Pennsylvania on Saturday.
At first, he appeared on stage in Newtown, singing “Four more years!” and told the state where the American independence movement began a hundred years ago, “three days from now this is the state that will save the American dream”.
He also joked that he had recently caught the coronavirus and also infected the first lady Melania Trump.
He said: “At least those rumours that we don’t live together proved to be false.”
After a gathering of hundreds (relatively small for him), the president flew to Reading, and thousands of people greeted him on the tarmac.
Trump plans to hold 10 more rallies in the last two days of the campaign.
His campaign held five games in Michigan, Iowa, North Carolina, Georgia and Florida on Sunday, and then in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan on the eve of the election. Five other games were held.