President Trump is expected to attend rallies across the country to boost Republican candidates in several states. Southwest Florida and the Panhandle are two party strongholds where Republicans look to run up large vote margins.
"I'm proud and humbled to have President Obama, my friend and a true patriot, on the campaign trail here in Florida", Gillum said in a statement.
The Florida Democratic Party said RSVP information for Friday's Miami rally will be available in the coming days.
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In the final six days, the president and his campaign committee will host 11 rallies across eight crucial States: Florida, Missouri, West Virginia, Indiana, Montana, Georgia, Tennessee and Ohio. They previously announced a rally in Fort Myers, Florida on Wednesday. He visited OH earlier this month to promote Republican gubernatorial candidate Mike DeWine, U.S. Senate candidate Jim Renacci, and congressman Steve Chabot. Central time Saturday at Pensacola International Airport, according to his campaign organization.
The rallies by the parties' figureheads come as out-of-state megadonors pump millions into the governor's race and Democrats beat the bushes to help Nelson keep up with the independently wealthy and self-funding Scott.