COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – President Donald Trump is stopping in Cleveland as part of a last-minute pre-election swing through several states.
Ohio’s midterm elections include a close governor’s race and a pair of tight congressional campaigns.
The Republican president is in Cleveland the day before the election, with other stops planned in Indiana and Missouri. He had stops in Georgia and Tennessee the day before.
Republican Attorney General Mike DeWine faces Democrat Richard Cordray, the former Consumer Fraud Protection Bureau chief, in a governor’s race considered a toss-up.
Races in traditionally red congressional seats in the Cincinnati and Columbus areas are also close.
Trump won Ohio easily in 2016, while Democrat Barack Obama won it in 2008 and 2012.