In the final six days, the president and his campaign committee will host 11 rallies across eight crucial States: Florida, Missouri, West Virginia, Indiana, Montana, Georgia, Tennessee and Ohio.
Democrats aim to pick up governors' mansions and a net of at least 23 seats to win back the House.
The political party numbers are broken down to: 1.29 million Republican voters and 1.23 million Democratic voters.
Wrapping up her Senate re-election bid, Democratic Sen.
"It will be a sprint to the finish of the midterms for President Trump who is campaigning hard for GOP House and Senate campaigns across the map", Michael Glassner, the chief operating officer of Trump's reelection effort, said in a statement.
Democrats are hoping that being unsettled will lead voters to search for a place to take out their angst, and they're banking on that place being a vote against Trump on Election Day.
"Everything suggests that we are a country that's on edge, and I think that's going to translate into participation", said Jefrey Pollock, a Democratic pollster.
In just a week, MI voters will pick a new governor. The rally also aimed to help Lena Epstein, who is running against Democrat Haley Stevens for the seat of retiring Rep. Dave Trott, R-Mich.
Vice President Mike Pence appeared Thursday at a rally for DeSantis in Jacksonville -- another region that has been a Republican stronghold.
Trump in recent interviews has said that his party had snatched the momentum from the Democrats till last week, when a series of package bombs were recovered addressed to the former U.S. president Barack Obama, the former vice president Joe Biden, the former Secretary of state Hillary Clinton and Senator Kamala Harris among others.
If enough of those districts switch to Democrats, the Republican party could lose its super majority in the Legislature, meaning Republicans would be unable to override gubernatorial vetoes on a party-line vote.