In-person early voting in Georgia ends Nov. 2.
But Kemp has aggressively sought his support, hoping to amp up his turnout in the final stretch of the race. With polls showing Kemp in a neck-and-neck race with Abrams, the Republican told the AJC earlier this week he's got the welcome mat ready for Trump.
"We're certainly hoping that's the case," Kemp said of the president, whose approval ratings have ticked upward to around 50 percent in recent polls. "We'd love to have him down."
Abrams has earned the endorsement of former President Barack Obama, who could still campaign for her. But she's largely steered clear of targeting the president on the campaign trail even as a long list of potential 2020 candidates have campaigned with her.
Georgia Democrats are wary of turning the race into a referendum on Trump – and possibly further energizing Republicans – in a state he carried by five percentage points.
Trump’s visit would be the same day as the Channel 2 Action News debate between the three candidates. It’s unclear if Kemp would still attend the event, which is scheduled to feature Abrams and Libertarian Ted Metz.
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