October 18, 2016
Voter registration has closed throughout the state, but Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and vice presidential opponent Tim Kaine are both scheduled to campaign in Pennsylvania this week.
Kaine will hit the trail in State College on Friday. At the event, details of which have yet to be announced, Kaine will "talk about Clinton's plans to raise the minimum wage to a living wage, combat climate change and move to sustainable energy, make public colleges and universities tuition free, and end a broken criminal justice system," according to the campaign's website.
Trump will campaign at the Cambria County War Memorial Arena in Johnstown at 4 p.m. on the same day.
The candidate's visit will come with less than three weeks remaining until the general election and two days after the last presidential debate, which will take place on Wednesday at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas and will be moderated by Fox News' Chris Wallace.
The push makes sense – both parties have been competing for the affection of the battleground state's voters.
"Saturday Night Live" poked fun at Pennsylvania's undecided voters in a recent sketch. Tina Fey, who hails from Upper Darby, and Jimmy Fallon dressed as Pennsylvania suburbanites trying to figure out which presidential nominee would get their vote.