NEW YORK, N.Y. — President Donald Trump will be returning to West Virginia before Election Day.

This Friday, Nov. 2, he’s scheduled to stop at Huntington Tri-State Airport for a Make America Great Again Rally in Hangar Three, according to information Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. released Sunday.

In addition to talking up GOP candidates, including West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey, the Republican U.S. Senate candidate, topics for the rally were expected to include the economy, immigration and health care.

It’ll be the 5th rally President Trump has held in West Virginia and the 2nd in Huntington since he first launched his run for president in June 2015, campaign officials said.

Last month, Trump was in Wheeling alongside Morrisey and other Republican candidates.

“A vote for Morrisey is a vote for me,” President Trump said at that time of Morrisey is challenging U.S. Senator Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.).

In August, he was at the Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center in Kanawha County.

Huntington Tri-State Airport is in the 3rd Congressional District where Delegate Carol Miller (R-Cabell, 16) and state Senator Richard Ojeda (D-Logan, 07) are vying for the U.S. House seat current West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Evan Jenkins previously held.

West Virginia is reportedly one of eight states President Trump was planning to visit before Election Day.

Also on the list were Florida, Missouri, Indiana, Montana, Ohio, Georgia and Tennessee.