Donald Trump will make his final stop in Ohio just four days before the election.
The Republican presidential nominee will Friday take a final swing at courting Buckeye voters with a rally at Airborne Maintenance & Engineering Services in Wilmington, according to his official campaign schedule.
Both Trump and his rival, Democrat Hillary Clinton, will make appearances in North Carolina, Pennsylvania and Ohio over the course of the next five days before turning the issue over to the electorate Nov. 8.
On Election Day, according to their respective campaign schedules, both candidates will return to New York City for the final countdown.
The Trump campaign has confidently labeled its Election Day get-together "Donald J. Trump Victory Party"; the Clinton campaign, meanwhile, has chosen to call its equivalent simply "Election Night Event."