By Brandon Moseley
Alabama Political Reporter
President Donald Trump will join U.S. Sen. Luther Strange, R-Ala., for a rally in Huntsville tonight.
“Please join President Donald J. Trump and Big Luther Strange for a Rally on September 22nd!” Strange’s campaign said on social media. “Making America great again starts in Alabama!
“President Trump will deliver remarks on his support for Big Luther Strange on September 26th. DOORS OPEN at 4:00PM and the EVENT BEGINS at 7:00PM.”
Each guest is required to RSVP for all Luther Strange for Senate events, including all adults over age 12. Each attendee must complete registration separately. Actual event start times are subject to change due to scheduling logistics.
Vice-President Mike Pence is also coming to Alabama. The vice president will appear with Strange at a rally in Birmingham on Monday.
“Went on Fox News to talk about President Donald J. Trump’s endorsement and tomorrow’s big rally!,” Strange said on social media. “I expect he will help turn out a lot of supporters on Election Day Tuesday!”
The Strange for Senate Campaign will have a GOTV Rally with Vice President Mike Pence in Birmingham on Monday, Sept. 25.
“Vice President Pence will address Luther Strange supporters at HealthSouth Aviation Hangar,” the event description read on Eventbrite. “The Vice President has been a leader in the conservative movement for years and is working closely with President Trump to Make America Great Again. Both the President and the Vice President have come to Alabama in the closing days of the primary campaign to help get out the vote in support of more jobs, lower taxes, and a heath care system that works.
“Vice President Pence will deliver remarks on his support for Big Luther Strange on September 26th. DOORS OPEN at 4:00PM and the EVENT BEGINS at 7:00PM.”
Strange has trailed through out this race; but his campaign hopes that the late push by the president will be enough to surge him over his rival, former state Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore.
Voters go to the polls on Tuesday. Polls will open at 7:00 a.m. and close at 7:00 p.m.