On the campaign trail: Harris' husband Doug Emhoff

"Everywhere that Joe goes, he talks about the importance of giving hate no safe harbor," Emhoff said.

Biden holds a comfortable lead in national polls, which also show a public increasingly dismayed by President Trump's handling of the largest public health crisis in U.S. living memory.

Polls in battleground states that will likely decide the election are tighter than the national surveys.

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- Everywhere that Joe goes, he talks about the importance of giving hate no safe harbor. And in the White House, Joe and Kamala talk about it. But it's true. And I feel it whenever I talk to both of them.

And on November 3, we're going to win this election. And we're going to put this division behind us. We're going to win Michigan. And we're going to send Gary Peters back to the United States Senate. And we're going to send Joe Biden to the White House with Kamala Harris. We can do this, Michigan. Let's win this thing. Thank you so much.

All across America, young people are leading the way on issues that are going to shape our future, issues like college affordability, access to health care, stopping gun violence, fighting hate and discrimination in all of its ugly forms.