It's business as usual for Donald Trump's campaign while Joe Biden sounds the alarm about the pandemic.
Biden and Trump are currently neck-and-neck in the polls in Georgia, a state that hasn’t voted for a Democratic presidential candidate since 1992.
Both presidential candidates are furiously courting voters while the U.S. battling a pandemic looms large.
A toxic political atmosphere and the prospect of armed poll monitors have some worried it might keep voters away.
With just 10 days to go, Trump and Biden are pleading with their supporters to help them — particularly in several key states.
Atlas Aegis of Tennessee agrees to keep its "security" operations out of Minnesota until 2022 in a settlement with state Attorney General Keith Ellison.
Both presidential candidates have built massive legal operations readying for a bitterly disputed race that may land at the Supreme Court.
The surge comes after many states have expanded mail-in voting and in-person early voting as a safe way to vote during the coronavirus pandemic.
“Hopefully [Trump will]play by the rules,” Biden said as he boarded his plane for Tennessee. “I’m looking forward to this.”
Some advisers are urging Trump to trade his aggressive demeanor from the first debate for a lower-key style but it's unclear whether the president will listen.