Between Oct. 31st and November 5th, Trump will make stops in West Virginia, Indiana, Montana, Georgia, andTennessee, along with two stops each in Florida and Missouri.
The memo says Trump has raised $83 million for House candidates running for re-election this year, and that he has campaigned with House candidates in 18 competitive or open seat districts since August 1.
Democrats aim to pick up governors' mansions and a net of at least 23 seats to win back the House.
Political pundits say that the opposition Democrats are all set to regain control of the House, while Republicans will retain control the Senate, where it has a wafer-thin majority of 51-49.
Warren speaks directly to the camera as she vows to root out corruption, telling viewers, "The corruption didn't start with Donald Trump, but it's gotten a lot worse - and we need some big changes".
The second ad shows Warren in near-constant motion, appearing at town halls around MA and fielding questions on income inequality, student loans and health care - not to mention her tally of taking 8,166 selfies. In Senate races, Democrats have raised $513 million and Republicans $361 million.
"It will be a sprint to the finish of the midterms for President Trump who is campaigning hard for GOP House and Senate campaigns across the map", Michael Glassner, the chief operating officer of Trump's reelection effort, said in a statement.
Nelson leads Scott by four points in a late October New York Times poll of 737 likely voters, and leads by an average of 2.6 points across eight polls conducted this month, according to Real Clear Politics.
Vice President Mike Pence was in Michigan Monday to stump for Republican candidates. (Nevada is the only tossup state won by former Secretary Hillary Clinton); in the Florida race, Mayor of Tallahassee Andrew Gillum (D) has a slight edge over U.S. Representative Ron DeSantis (R-Jacksonville); and even states like Kansas and South Dakota have stayed competitive.
Saturday afternoon, Harris and Newsom will join comedian Chelsea Handler in Orange County to support Democrat UC Irvine Law Professor Katie Porter running in the 45th congressional district to flip the seat held by five-term Republican Rep. Mimi Walters.