ANN ARBOR, MICH. - Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine plans to campaign at the University of Michigan as part of a party rally.
Hillary Clinton's campaign announced Saturday that Kaine, her running mate, is expected to speak Tuesday at the Ann Arbor university's Diag. The rally is scheduled to start at noon.
Kaine last appeared in the Grand Rapids area during an August rally at the Wealthy Street Theater.
Officials say the Virginia senator will promote Clinton's plans related to college debt. She has proposed that students from families making less than $125,000 annually be able to attend a public college or university in their home state without paying tuition, and that all community colleges be tuition-free.
Former President Bill Clinton campaigned for his wife Monday in Detroit. Hillary Clinton's opponent, Donald Trump, visited a predominantly black church in the city two days earlier.
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