From the Morning Memo:

President Donald Trump’s son will appear in the 22nd congressional district on behalf of Rep. Claudia Tenney as she faces a competitive re-election fight against Democrat Anthony Brindisi.

Donald Trump Jr. is the third member of the First Family to make an appearance on Tenney’s behalf in recent months. In October, Tenney campaigned with Eric Trump. Earlier this year, she received a visit from Ivanka Trump.

On Saturday, Tenney campaigned with White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders.

“President Trump and his family have been huge supporters of my campaign because we are working together to rebuild the economy, strengthen our country and give the people of our district a voice in Washington,” Tenney said. “I look forward to welcoming Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle to the Mohawk Valley on Monday night for an election eve rally.”

Tenney has been a stalwart support of the president, who headlined a fundraiser for her in Utica this summer.

Trump has a 53 percent job approval rating with voters in the district, according to a Spectrum News/Siena College poll last month.

But Tenney herself a high unfavorable rating with voters, the poll found.

Brindisi, a member of the Assembly, has not focused on Trump much during the campaign.

“Campaign events like this are exactly the kinds of things you would expect from a Washington politician more concerned about playing politics than reaching out to her constituents,” Brindisi said in a statement.

“While Claudia Tenney is holding another closed campaign event, I’ll be touring the district visiting five counties, meeting with the people I hope to represent, and making the case that I’ll be an independent voice working for them.”

The race in the district, which stretches from the Mohawk Valley to the Southern Tier, is considered one of the most competitive in the country this year.