Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is set to appear at the Greater Columbus Convention Center, he announced Saturday morning via Twitter.
The event is set to kick off at 3 p.m., with doors opening at noon, according to a campaign email that was sent out following the tweet.
Trump’s Columbus visit comes a day after Democratic presidential and vice presidential nominees Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine are set to visit Fort Hayes Metropolitan Education Center, just north of downtown. That stop is the last in the Democratic ticket’s Ohio and Pennsylvania bus tour, which kicked off Friday morning.
Trump will be in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania — where Clinton and Kaine also stopped on their bus tour — later Monday evening, as both parties keep Ohio and Pennsylvania, two key battleground states, in their sights.
Trump’s visit comes after GOP vice presidential nominee Mike Pence wrapped up his tour of Ohio, Pennsylvania and Michigan with a stop at the University of Northwestern Ohio on Friday, and fresh off of Trump’s Toledo event on Wednesday. When Trump is in Columbus on Monday, Pence will be in Carson City, Nevada, according to the campaign’s schedule.
Those interested in the Trump event can visit the campaign website for tickets.