Clinton road test in South Carolina begins, Trump road test ends
Clinton road tests in South, New Hampshire and South Carolina began Thursday and will continue through Saturday.
The president is expected to travel to Florida, where he is scheduled to campaign on Saturday.
Trump is expected at a rally in West Palm Beach, Fla., on Saturday, but no rallies have been announced.
A rally in South Dakota on Saturday is being moved from Miami to the city of Sioux Falls.
Trump was expected to make a campaign stop in Kansas City, Mo., and a rally will be held in the city Friday, according to a campaign official.
The vice president is scheduled for a rally Friday in North Las Vegas.
Both candidates will also be in Iowa, a key early battleground state.
The campaign is working to get all of the candidates to Iowa by the weekend.
The White House will host a campaign event for the first time on Friday at the Capitol.
The event will include a “unity tour” in which members of both campaigns will tour the state.
President Trump will meet with Iowa’s Democratic caucusgoers and Democratic congressional candidates in the state Friday evening, as well as the president’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and his wife, Ivanka.
A separate event will take place in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where Trump will make an appearance.
He will then travel to Washington, D.C., and meet with members of the House of Representatives and Senate.
In New Hampshire, Clinton is expected Friday to make an announcement on her plan to expand Medicaid.
The presidential candidate is expected, along with her running mate, Joe Biden, to hold a town hall at the Nashua Civic Center.
Trump will also hold a campaign rally at the New Hampshire Statehouse on Friday.
The rally will feature several members of his Cabinet, including Education Secretary Betsy DeVos and Energy Secretary Rick Perry.
A campaign official told ABC News that Trump plans to make two stops in New Hampshire Friday, one in the town of Nashua and another in Manchester.
The official said that the Trump campaign will have “a lot of people from the state that are going to be out on the streets and doing some of the hard work of reaching out to people and working with people.”
The official did not provide a schedule for the events.
The Clinton campaign did not respond to ABC News’ request for comment about Trump’s planned visit to New Hampshire.
Sanders, who has visited the state once before, is expected on Friday to visit the state, where the campaign announced Thursday that it had begun the rollout of its voter registration drive.
The Democratic presidential candidate has a series of events scheduled in the New England state over the next several days.
The Clinton campaign is expected in Massachusetts, as she is scheduled Thursday to visit Boston.
Clinton campaign officials said the campaign has not decided on a location for the town hall.
They said it is unclear when the event will be hosted.
Meanwhile, the Sanders campaign is also planning a visit to Connecticut on Friday, where they are expected to hold town halls and rally with supporters.
Sanders will also appear in a rally at Connecticut State University, where Clinton is scheduled on Friday and to speak in front of a crowd of about 100 people.
During her campaign, Sanders has been widely criticized for not traveling to more states.
Clinton has visited several states during the primary season.
This article has been updated to include information from the Clinton campaign.