Following Tuesday night's raucous and fiery debate in Cleveland — Biden called Trump the "worst president ever," while Trump took shots at the former vice president over his son's drug addiction — the candidates will hold fundraising events with supporters.
Here's where the campaigns will be traveling and how they'll be spending their time on Thursday, Oct. 1, 2020.
The president is slated to travel to Bedminster, N.J., for a roundtable with supporters at the Trump National Golf Club. Trump will deliver remarks at the fundraising committee reception.
From there, Trump will return to Washington and virtually attend New York City's annual Al Smith Dinner, which was moved online because of the coronavirus pandemic. The dinner raises money for Catholic charities.
The event is named for former New York Gov. Alfred E. Smith, a Democrat and the first Roman Catholic to be nominated for president by a major political party in 1928. (He ultimately lost to Herbert Hoover).
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden:
Biden will be in Wilmington, Del. on Thursday. He is scheduled to attend a virtual Biden for President fundraising event.
Vice President Mike Pence:
Pence will travel to Iowa on Thursday. He's scheduled to participate in a Make America Great Again campaign event in Council Bluffs, before heading to Des Moines, where he will take part in a Faith in Leadership event.
Democratic vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris:
The California senator has no scheduled events on Thursday.