The campaign stops followed the second and final debate between the two contenders on Thursday night, when Mr Biden and Mr Trump sparred over how to handle the pandemic.
Mr Trump’s campaign said on Friday it had raised $26 million around the debate. Mr Biden’s campaign, which has trounced Mr Trump in the money race in recent months, did not release a fundraising figure from the debate but sent out appeals saying they were outraised.
“Debate days are usually some of our best for fundraising, but we didn’t see the surge we expected,” the campaign said in a fundraising alert to supporters.
With 11 days left until the election, more than 53 million Americans have already voted, a record-setting pace, according to the University of Florida’s Elections Project. Michael McDonald, who administers the project, has said the election could set a modern turnout record, surpassing the 60 per cent participation rate of recent presidential elections.