While both candidates were resistant to making the race for governor about national politicians loathed by their opponent's base, that's all over now.
Both are crisscrossing the state with one goal in mind: Motivating their core supporters rather than persuading the few remaining undecided voters.
"This is a base turnout election," Kemp said of Trump's pending visit. "And he's definitely someone the base is excited about, including me."
State Democrats hope to sign up droves of new supporters at the Obama event. The party said tickets will be available on Wednesday from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at kiosks where staffers will also court new volunteers. The details are here.
Kemp used the opportunity to rib Abrams over a gaffe she made on national TV two weeks ago in which she mentioned the name of a county that doesn’t exist.
"I just heard they changed the location of Obama's visit to Georgia," he said. "He'll be visiting Glasgow County.