President Donald Trump will make a return visit to the region to deliver remarks at the Blair County Airport in Martinsburg on Monday — with just over a week remaining until the 2020 election.
Trump has been crisscrossing Pennsylvania as the state is viewed as a likely difference-maker.
Trump visited Johnstown Oct. 13, just a week after being released from the hospital for COVID-19 treatment, to rally support in an event that drew thousands of supporters.
His southern Blair County stop is titled a “Make America Great Again Victory Rally.” Trump is scheduled to speak at 4:30 p.m. Doors will open at 1:30.
Unlike Cambria County, which flipped its voter registration edge to Republican over the past year, Blair County has been a Republican stronghold for generations, making the Monday stop a chance for the president to motivate his base.
“The energy is building!” the Blair County Republican Party wrote