2. Close of sign that reads (English) "Stop the steal"
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Rose Dybel, Georgia voter:
"I made sure I voted early, but we cannot trust any of these results. Really, I felt stupid, even even voting, but I said to myself, the mass numbers, we still need the mass numbers to come out and show the support for Donald Trump."
4. Pull focus of Trump sign on fire truck
5. Various of car windows that read (English) "Stop the fraud"
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Rose Dybel, Georgia voter:
"Raffensperger and the rest and Brian Kemp, they're all culpable, they're all complicit in the biggest fraud in American history."
7. Various exteriors of Dalton Municipal Airport
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Jim DiGiorgio, Georgia voter:
"Listening to the entire phone call, I think the president had every right to express his concern, and I think his intent was taken way out of context by most of mass media."
9. Close pan of Trump hats
10. SOUNDBITE (English) Jim DiGiorgio, Georgia voter:
"It sounds overdramatic to say that everything's on the line, but it is, you know, with the numbers being as close as they are."
11. Various of signage on fire truck
12. SOUNDBITE (English) Jim DiGiorgio, Georgia voter:
"I don't have a 100% confidence that the results tomorrow are going to be accurate. In fact, we shouldn't even be having perhaps this vote if the election on November 3rd was held properly, and I don't know that David Perdue would have even had to have an election tomorrow."
Supporters of President Donald Trump arrived in Dalton, Georgia on the eve of two runoff elections that will determine party control of the U.S. Senate.
The president is set to rally for Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue, who are seeking their second terms.
Republicans need just one victory between Perdue and Loeffler to maintain Senate control and force Biden to contend with divided government.
Democrats need a sweep for a 50-50 split, giving the tiebreaking vote to Vice President-elect Kamala Harris.
The president's trip Monday comes a day after disclosure of a remarkable telephone call he made to the Georgia secretary of state over the weekend.
Trump pressured Republican Brad Raffensperger to "find" enough votes to overturn Georgia's election results ahead of Wednesday's joint session of Congress that will certify Biden's Electoral College victory.
The call highlighted how Trump has used the Georgia campaign to make clear his continued hold on Republican politics.
Angry after the Raffensperger call, Trump floated the idea of pulling out of the rally but was persuaded to go ahead with it so he will have a chance to reiterate his claims of election fraud.
Republicans are wary as to whether Trump will focus only on himself and fail to promote the two GOP candidates.