Chelsea Clinton made a stop in Muskegon Heights Saturday to encourage voters to head to the polls. She spoke to a crowd of about 200 at
She reminded voters of her mother's plans and policies for everything from environmental justice to health care to social security.
Clinton also urged voters to remember how both candidates chose to run their campaigns, saying it is indicative of how they would run the country.
Ben Carson was also in West Michigan rallying for Donald Trump. He was at the GOP's office on Plainfield. Dozens of people funneled through the office, hoping to meet with the retired neurosurgeon and asking him questions concerning both Trump and Hillary. He told voters not to be discouraged by issues that don't have any place in the political race.
Carson also encouraged people not to view the November election as a republican vs democratic race, but instead an election on issues and change.