President Donald Trump‘s eldest daughter and senior adviser Ivanka Trump is expected to make four stops in battleground states this week to promote her father’s campaign.
Ivanka will be visiting North Carolina, Arizona, Texas and Florida where she will host “fireside chats” and attend a fundraiser in Texas.
The president has visited North Carolina himself over the past few weeks, making the state a key priority in the neck-and-neck race with Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
Ivanka’s presence in Arizona, Texas and Florida, states the president won in his 2016 election, highlights the importance of Trump continuing to hold on to those states.
Ivanka spoke at the Republican National Convention last month. She described how her father achieved the goals he set forth four years ago while advocating support for women in the labor force and the prevention of human trafficking.
Ivanka’s presence is seemingly intended to sway female voters, a group that Trump has struggled to garner much support from.
On Monday, Trump stopped in Phoenix, Arizona, where he will host “Latinos for Trump.”
In a survey released by OH Predictive Insights, Biden is currently leading Trump in Arizona by a double-digit margin. No Democratic nominee has won the Arizona state since 1996.