(WXYZ) — Sen. Kamala Harris, the Democratic nominee for vice president, made a few campaign stops in Michigan just six weeks ahead of Election Day.
Harris visited Flint and Detroit on Tuesday, Sept. 22.
In the morning, Sen. Harris toured small businesses in Flint that have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. She then traveled to Detroit to participate in a "Shop Talk" roundtable conversation with Black men.
Following the round table, the VP nominee participated in a voter mobilization event outside of the Pistons Performance Center to elevate National Voter Registration Day and to highlight Sept. 24, the first day Michiganders can start voting in person.
Both events will be livestreamed here.
Back in August, Harris held a remote event in Detroit aimed at mobilizing the Black vote. The event was livestreamed on Essence.com.