President Trump, appearing at election-eve rallies in Ohio, Indiana and Missouri, made the case for Republicans and said voters are energized heading into Tuesday’s vote, and said he hasn’t felt such 'electricity' since he was elected president.
"Tomorrow, with your votes, you can stop the radical resistance in its tracks," Trump told the crowd in Cleveland. He added, “Tuesday is your chance to send a message to the Democrat mob and to everyone who has made it their mission to denigrate our movement and to divide our great nation."
"There is something going on," Trump said. "There is an electricity like people have not seen since a date: 2016 November."
The president wrapped up a six-day, 11-state sprint late Monday evening in Cape Girardeau, Mo., where he was introduced by native son Rush Limbaugh.