Trump and Clinton have packed their last-minute schedules with campaign events, particularly in swing states, hoping to woo voters in the final 48 hours of a race that is too close to call.
On November 7, Clinton will campaign in MI before returning to Pennsylvania for a rally in Philadelphia with President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama, as well as he husband, former President Bill Clinton.
Trump will take his campaign into traditional Democratic territory on November 6 in a sign that he has not given up on appealing to people outside the Republican Party.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is scheduled to hold a rally Monday evening at 11 at DeVos Place in downtown Grand Rapids, according to his campaign website.
Clinton's husband, former president Bill Clinton, is campaigning today in Lansing.
Backed by President Barack Obama and her party's political elite, Clinton spent much of the a year ago fighting to unify Obama's coalition of minorities and younger voters, aided at times by Trump's deep unpopularity among women in both parties. The outgoing president will be in Ann Arbor Monday morning.
"We are seeing tremendous momentum, large numbers of people turning out, breaking records in a lot of places", Clinton declared at a rained out rally in Florida, in reference to the early and mail voting permitted in several USA states. Recent polls have shown some tightening across the map, including in those states. Clinton still enjoys a narrow nationwide advantage, a 2.1 percentage point lead according to a poll average by tracker RealClearPolitics.
"It's truly remarkable the Clinton campaign is burning their final chip with President Obama by sending him into a state long viewed as deep blue, and this is yet another indication of how strong this movement is boosting Mr. Trump", Trump campaign spokesman Jason Miller told Business Insider.
"I think she's wasting her time", Trump said.
Trump says unlike his Democratic rival, he doesn't need A-list celebrities to draw big crowds.
More than 41 million Americans have already voted in early voting allowed in many states.
"Our secret weapon is the American people who are saying, 'Enough is enough, '" Pence also said Sunday.
Another six per cent support Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson and two per cent support the Green Party candidate Jill Stein. If this were repeated on election day, Clinton would collect all of Florida's 29 electoral college votes.
Mr Trump had led that poll by one point earlier this week in the wake of the Federal Bureau of Investigation announcing it was investigating more Clinton-related emails. Winning Virginia (13 electoral votes), too, would be sufficient, though most observers believe that's less plausible due to demographics (the state's white population is smaller and contains more college graduates).
The man, who was identified as a Republican supporter by the name of Austyn Crites, was later released later and told the local CBS News Reno affiliate KTVN-2 that he had attended the rally to express his opposition to Trump. 48%-43% as she continues to recover from a dip that happened last week after FBI Director James Comey's announcement of new scrutiny of emails that may be related to her.