Morrisey, Manchin hit campaign trail before Election Day

PARKERSBURG, W.Va. (WTAP) -- Both candidates for the U.S. Senate race in West Virginia will spend the day before Election Day on the campaign trail.

Patrick Morrisey is having a "Stand with Trump" tour on Monday.

He will make stops in Raleigh, Putnam, Marion, and Berkeley counties.

A press release for Morrisey’s Senate campaign says he plans to share his message of being a conservative fighter for West Virginia and President Trump. Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle will help kick off the tour with a rally in Beckley with Morrisey and Carol Miller.

Last Friday, President Trump campaigned for Morrisey in Huntington.

Meanwhile, Senator Joe Manchin kicked off his “Take Me Home” motorcycle tour on Sunday.

Manchin will make 12 stops throughout the state to meet with voters ahead of Election Day.

The tour started in Charleston Sunday morning and will stop in places like Elkins and Fairmont.
It will end back in Charleston Monday evening at 5 p.m.

Manchin said, “From day one, this election has been about the people of West Virginia. We are riding to celebrate every one of our freedoms on the ballot this year. There has never been a more important election for our state, it’s time to take it home and stand up for West Virginia.”