SCRANTON -- Supporters of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump have a new place to call home in Scranton.
The Trump campaign hub on Fifth Avenue officially opened its doors following a ceremony Saturday afternoon.
The office will be a central location for supporters to phone bank and send out emails.
Campaign officials say Scranton, along with the rest of the northeast, is a huge key to Trump's success for a White House bid.
"Scranton is always the focal point in any presidential election, but this one particularly is ever so important because of what's at stake," said Doug Miller.
The campaign office will be open every day until Election Day on November 8.
Both Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton are scheduled to take the day off from campaigning on Sunday. They will join the country in remembering the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks.