Donald Trump’s reelection campaign is hoping for a decisive win in Iowa next Tuesday, as his surrogates have flooded the state to rally support for the President. Iowa is a key battleground state and could be pivotal for either party in 2020. The Trump campaign has turned to some of its most prominent allies, including South Carolina’s Nikki Haley and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, to lead the charge in the Hawkeye State. Haley, a former U.N. ambassador and rising star in Republican politics, has been making frequent stops at Iowa Republican events, with her most recent visit on Thursday. During her address, Haley praised the President’s foreign policy agenda and said she fully supports his efforts to Make America Great Again. Meanwhile, Gov. DeSantis has been using his popularity among Republicans and strong anti-socialism message to appeal to Iowans. The governor has slammed Democrats and their progressive policies as anti-American and unworkable for residents of Iowa and the rest of the nation. Both Haley and DeSantis have been touring the state extensively, hoping to rally undecided voters to the Trump camp. While Iowa could be decisive in deciding the outcome of the election, it is far from the only state in play. A number of other key battlegrounds, including Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Arizona, will be critical for both parties in November. The Trump camp is hoping that a strong showing in Iowa will give them the knockout blow they need to come away with a decisive victory in November. Only time will tell if they can pull it off.