DETROIT (WXYZ) — Democratic presidential candidate and Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren gave an emotional speech this evening at a campaign rally in Detroit’s Eastern Market.
Senator Warren focused on education, health care and equal opportunity, speaking to a passionate crowd of 2,200.
Beginning with a personal story of growing up without wealth, warren told the crowd she wants to stand up for all Americans suffering hardship because of big businesses not paying their fair share.
The Senator from Massachusetts came to Detroit with the goal of winning over crucial Midwest voters.
She touched on everything from better health care to immigrant rights.
Warren says she wants to reunite the country and called out President Donald Trump for his policies.
Warren remains hopeful she can still become the Democratic nominee for president and vows she will fight to end corruption in Washington.
Her plans to tax the wealthiest Americans and improve global relations received praise from the crowd.
Senator Warren’s team declined one-on-one interviews.
Her next Michigan stop is a town hall in Lansing on Friday.