FLINT, Mich. — Democratic Vice Presidential candidate Kamala Harris made a campaign stop in the Mitten State this week.
The Biden-Harris campaign announced Saturday that Harris will stop by Flint and Detroit on Tuesday, Sept. 22.
In the morning, Harris will tour small businesses in Flint that were impacted by COVID-19.
In the afternoon, she will travel to Detroit for a "Shop Talk" roundtable conversation with Black men. This event starts at 4:30 p.m. Then in the evening, Harris will participate in a voter mobilization event at 6:15 p.m.
As a major swing state, Michigan has recently been a popular campaign stop.
Dr. Jill Biden, wife to Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and former United States Second Lady, visited Grand Rapids and Battle Creek Sept. 15.
Vice President Mike Pence visited Traverse City Aug. 28 and Donald Trump Jr. stopped in Macomb County Sept. 14.
Meanwhile, both presidential candidates – President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden – stopped by Michigan the week of Sept. 6.
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