President Donald Trump has been traveling around the country in recent weeks, holding rallies in support of Republican candidates ahead of Tuesday’s midterm elections. His next stop will be in the Midwestern college town of Columbia, Missouri.

Trump’s rally will be in support of 38-year-old Josh Hawley, the state’s Attorney General. Hawley is challenging incumbent Sen. Claire McCaskill, a centrist Democrat who has been in office since 2006.

The rally can be watched online

Where, When To Watch President Trump’s Missouri Rally:

Date: Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018

Time: 7:30 p.m. ET

Place: Columbia Regional Airport, Columbia, Missouri

Trump will try to garner support for Hawley at Columbia’s airport on Thursday night. He will be the first sitting president or presidential candidate to visit Columbia since Barack Obama in 2008.

Hawley is in the final stretch of a tight senate race against McCaskill. Though McCaskill is coming off a landslide win in her 2012 race, polls indicate she faces an uphill battle in Tuesday’s election. Different polls collected by RealClearPolitics give Hawley a two or four-point lead.

The president will rally in Missouri on Thursday. US President Donald Trump is greeted by US senatorial candidate Attorney General Josh Hawley upon arrival at Springfield-Branson National Airport in Springfield, Missouri on September 21, 2018. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images

Two different groups have planned protests to coincide with Trump’s rally, according to the Missourian. A “Rally for Sanity” sponsored by local Democratic groups will take place before and during the rally, as will a “Trans People Won’t Be Erased” rally.

The New York Times reported that the Trump administration could change the legal definition of an individual’s gender, restricting it to the gender identity they were assigned at birth. Such a change would reduce the number of legal protections transgender Americans have from discrimination on the basis of their gender.