STERLING HEIGHTS (WWJ) — In the final days leading into the 2016 Presidential election approach, both candidates and their supporters will make one final push in Michigan, which has now become a swing state.

Republican nominee Donald Trump will make an appearance in Sterling Heights at Freedom Hill Amphitheater at 6 p.m. on Sunday evening. Trump just made a tour through Michigan on Monday, visiting Grand Rapids and Warren.

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Trump’s running mate, Mike Pence, will also make another stop in Michigan — his fourth in the past week — in Traverse City, according to the Detroit News.

The Democratic team is also set to make a push throughout the state. Bill Clinton, former President and husband of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, will be in Lansing on Sunday. Hillary will make a stop in Grand Rapids on Monday, just days after she made a speech to supporters in Detroit’s Eastern Market.

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President Barack Obama will also be in Michigan as he visits Ann Arbor’s Ray L. Fisher Stadium on Monday.

A recent poll from the Detroit Free Press shows Clinton’s lead in Michigan could be as small a four points heading into the last days before the election. However, some polls have Clinton leading Trump in Michigan by up to nine points.

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The last Republican nominee to win the Michigan was George H.W. Bush in 1988.