Democratic nominee Joe Biden is expected to make his first visit to the key battleground state of Michigan next week, his campaign staff said Thursday.

In the 2016 election, Donald Trump pulled off an upset win over Hillary Clinton in Michigan, edging the Democrat by only 10,704 votes. The state has 16 electoral votes and had been won by the Democratic nominee in six consecutive elections.

Biden may have a better shot of winning the state. Polling aggregator RealClearPolitics shows Biden with an average lead of 2.6 points over Trump in Michigan and Democrats are coming off wins in 2018

Both current Democratic Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and former Republican Gov. Rick Snyder have endorsed Biden. Michigan Sens. Debbie Stabenow and Gary Peters, both Democrats, have also endorsed the former vice president in his bid to take down Trump.

As the race enters its final two months, Biden has expressed his desire to visit key battleground states in a safe manner. In this past week, Biden has visited Kenosha, Wisconsin, to meet with police-shooting victim Jacob Blake, and has traveled to Pittsburgh to rebuke Trump’s “law and order” message.

Next week, Trump is expected to visit North Carolina, a key battleground state. On Thursday, Trump held a rally in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, which is located outside of Pittsburgh.