Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will return to Michigan on Monday for a rally in Detroit.
Specific details weren't immediately available about the event, but Clinton hasn't been in Michigan since August 11 when she gave a speech on jobs and the economy in Warren.
But she has sent a flock of surrogates to speak on her behalf in recent weeks, including her husband, former President Bill Clinton, her daughter Chelsea Clinton, vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine and his wife Anne Holton and former Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley, who was a Democratic candidate for president until dropping out after the Iowa caucuses.
Today, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, who narrowly beat Clinton in the March 8 presidential primary, is making four campaign stops in Michigan for Clinton.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has been to Michigan five times since the Republican National Convention in mid-July, trying to carve a path through the industrial Midwest that will take him to the White House.