Transcript for Trump, Biden hold dueling rallies in campaign final stretch
We'll have a lot more, first the latest on the race for the white house, four days until the final vote, focus on the battleground states. Both trump and Biden going to three states each and tomorrow Biden and president Obama will campaign for the first time. Mary Bruce starts us off. Good morning. Reporter: We have officially entered the last-minute scramble. Both candidates are cramming in as many events as possible and colliding in critical battleground states and they're eyeing the same turf. Both holding events in Minnesota and Wisconsin. If Florida goes blue, it's over. We are going to win Florida. We are going to win four more years in the white house. Reporter: The candidates Thursday with dueling Florida the state is a must win for the president. He's held five rallies there this month, more than any other state but with just four days to go polls show Joe Biden with a slight edge over Donald Trump I his adopted home state. Trump trying to sell his record, even as the state's economy is taking a hit from the pandemic. Under my leadership, the Florida tourism industry and hospitality industry will come roaring back very soon. It's ready to happen. We're making the turn. Reporter: He's touting a new report showing the economy grew at a record 33% annual pace during the third quarter, but economists say it's not enough to make up for the massive losses during the first half of the year. Many Americans still feeling the pain. Over 750,000 F new unemployment claims just last week. Even with covid cases spiking in the U.S. Hitting a new dire record more than 88,000 new cases in a single dayrump is still insisting it's not a big deal using his own recovery as an example. You're going to get better. If I can get better anybody can get better and I got better fast. Reporter: But Biden is accusing the president of giving up on the pandemic. 16,000 people in Florida have been lost and many people are out of work on the edge. They can't see the light at the end of the tunnel. Reporter: Promisinging he can tackle the virus and bring the country back. I'm not going to shut down the country but I'm going to shut down the virus. President trump's superspreader events and he's spreading more virus around the country and here in Florida today. Reporter: The candidates' spouses are also on the road, Jill Biden in Michigan Thursday and for the first time this year first lady Melania trump joining her husband on the trail. Hello, Florida. It is wonderful to be here in our home state. Reporter: Now Joe Biden tomorrow is bringing out his biggest not so secret weapon, former president Obama, the two of them will be holding their first joint in-person rally of this campaign. While the president's final sprint includes three stops in the key state of Pennsylvania tomorrow, and then an all-out blitz. He is planning nearly a dozen events in just theast 48 hour. We've seen nose2 million Americans have already voted absentee ballots and early vote. For those still holding an absentee ballot, it's getting pretty late. Reporter: We're now in C time. Across the country more than 90 million absentee ballots were mailinged out. 56 million returned. If you're still holding on to that in many states it may be too late to mail them. You should go out, look for one of the drop-off locations or just go and vote in person. Either way, it's time to get out and vote. Mary Bruce, thanks very much.
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