Hot off the second presidential debate, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton made a stop in the Motor City.
She held a rally on the campus of Wayne State University.
With the finish she made Sunday night, she's hoping to pick up more support ahead of the election, that's now just less than a month away.
With her visit here, she's targeting younger voters and pushing them to register to vote ahead of the deadline Tuesday.
Hillary Clinton is also laid out what's at stake come November for Michigan families and highlight her vision for an America with an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top as she always says.