11/05/2016 06:55 EDT | Updated 11/06/2017 00:12 EST

The Latest: Trump asks, who needs Jay Z?

WASHINGTON — The Latest on the 2016 presidential race (all times local):

10:40 a.m.

Donald Trump is bragging that he doesn't need celebrities like Jay Z to fill up arenas.

Trump tells a Tampa, Florida, rally that when it comes to drawing crowds, he does it the old-fashioned way, by appealing to supporters drawn to his message. He's contrasting his events with the star-studded rallies of Hillary Clinton in the final weekend before the election Tuesday.


10:30 a.m.

Republican vice-presidential candidate Mike Pence says Hillary Clinton "personifies" the failed status quo.

The Indiana governor told a crowd of hundreds in Holland, Michigan, on Saturday morning that Donald Trump would push "commonsense conservative principles" if elected president. It is Pence's third consecutive day of campaigning in Michigan, which has not backed a Republican nominee in 28 years. Trump is hoping to change that Tuesday.

Pence is urging Republicans in conservative-leaning western Michigan to "come home" to the Republican candidate to keep Clinton from shaping the Supreme Court.

Pence is set to also campaign in Wisconsin and Virginia on Saturday.