President Trump's campaign on Wednesday added a Wisconsin stop to the president's calendar as he crisscrosses the country for Republican candidates ahead of November's midterm elections.

The latest rally is scheduled for Oct. 24 at Central Wisconsin Airport in Mosinee, Wis., the campaign announced in a statement. The event will mark his 17th in the swing state since launching his bid for the White House in 2015.

Trump is expected to tout his administration and congressional Republicans' economic credentials, said Michael Glassner, the campaign's COO.

"The President will also remind Wisconsinites of the critical need to get out and vote on Nov. 6th to help protect and expand the Republican majorities in the House and Senate, including supporting Leah Vukmir in her race against Tammy Baldwin for the U.S. Senate,” Glassner said.

The campaign's statement does not mention Republican Gov. Scott Walker, who is in a tight contest with Democratic challenger Tony Evers in their race for the state's governor's mansion.

Trump will appear at four other rallies between Oct. 18 and Oct. 22. before heading to Wisconsin.