More Campaign Stops For Presidential Candidates In Michigan
With the Presidential Election tightening, the campaigns of both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are making a few more stops in Michigan.
The RealClearPolitics average of state polls shows Clinton up 4.7% in Michigan, but our state is being treated as a battleground ahead of Tuesday’s election.
For the Democrats, in Ann Arbor President Barack Obama is set to appear at Ray Fisher Stadium, the baseball stadium for U of M. Secretary Clinton will be appearing at Grand Valley State University Monday afternoon starting at 2pm.
For the Republicans, Indiana Governor and Vice Presidential Candidate Mike Pence will be speaking at AVFlight in Traverse City starting at 1pm this afternoon. Both Pence and Candidate Donald Trump will appear late Monday night, 11pm, at Devos Place in Grand Rapids.