President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden may be visiting Bucks County within the next few days.

The Bucks County Courier Times reports the president will be making a stop via helicopter at Pennridge Airport near Perkasie. Trump will stay at the airport, located at 1100 Ridge Road in East Rockhill, for an hour and a half long rally.

Sources, including Newtown Athletic Club Owner Jim Worthington, say it could be Monday, though nothing is official yet. Worthington is an RNC delegate and founder of People For Trump.

He emphasized to WBCB how President Trump’s schedule can change quickly. Worthington hosted then-candidate Trump in 2016 at the Newtown Athletic Club with just a two days’ notice.

Shortly after the story broke, former Vice President Joe Biden’s team announced he will be visiting Bucks soon as well. Biden will visit Saturday with his wife Jill Biden, though the location is undisclosed at this time. They will also travel to Luzerne County.

Pennsylvania has 20 electoral votes up for grabs in the general election. The Commonwealth went for Trump in 2016 by a slim margin of about 44,000 ballots out of nearly six million votes.

There are less than two weeks before November 3. These visits show both campaigns are prioritizing Pennsylvania.