President Donald Trump will be coming back to Iowa for what is likely the final time before the election on November 3. While many have already voted in Iowa via mail in ballot or absentee, there's still a large number of undecided voters. Even though Iowa isn't listed as a battleground state in a new New York Times article, it's still an important state for the president who won Iowa in 2016. But just because he won four years ago, doesn't mean everyone is excited to see him...

Photo courtesy of Rural America 2020

President Trump recently got over a bout of COVID-19, but his event in Des Moines is expected to bring out hundreds of Iowans, and lack social distancing. With that in mind, the bipartisan group Rural America had a billboard placed along the route to the event where Trump will speak. The billboard is located at McKinley Ave. and Fleur Dr. just outside of the Des Moines International Airport and will stay up through the President’s visit.

The President will speak at 6 p.m. doors will open at 3 p.m. and more information on obtaining tickets is available on the Des Moines Register's website.

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