Paul Davis plans full day as President Trump comes to support opponent

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TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) -- As President Donald Trump heads to the Capital City for a rally in support of Steve Watkins, his Democratic opponent has a packed day as well.

Paul Davis plans to visit four cities, including Topeka, as part of a 'Get Out the Vote Day of Action.' In an email to supporters Saturday, Davis' campaign took a shot at the President's visit.

"(W)e do know that Steve Watkins has failed to win the support of Kansans on his own. He has had to outsource support for his campaign from DC every step of the way, and tonight is no different," the message said.

Davis started the morning at the Columbus Day parade in Columbus, before going to Auburn for a parade there. He will then head to Topeka a couple hours before the President's arrival for a Meet and Greet with canvassers. His day ends in Carbondale for their Fall Festival Parade.

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