Donald Trump is making another Michigan stop leading up to the election.

The Lansing State Journal reports the Republican candidate will hold a rally on Tuesday, Oct. 27 at Capital Region International Airport in Lansing.

Trump is scheduled to speak at 2p.m. Doors open at 11a.m. The event is first-come first-served. Those wishing to attend must register first.

Trump last visited Michigan Oct. 17, holding a rally in Muskegon. Tuesday's stop will be his fifth trip to Michigan this year. His daughter, Ivanka, was in West Michigan this week and Vice President Mike Pence held a rally in Grand Rapids last week.

According to MLive, Donald Trump Jr. will also stump for his father in Michigan next week, speaking at Michigan Star Sports Center in Macomb County’s Washington Township on Monday, Oct. 26.

Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden visited southeast Michigan on Friday, Oct. 16. Jill Biden, Pete Buttiigieg, Kamala Harris and her husband  Douglas Emhoff also visited Michigan recently on behalf of the Harris/ Biden campaign.

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