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Democratic vice-presidential candidate Tim Kaine speaking earlier this year.
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Virginia Senator and Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine spoke to hundreds of labor union members and their families in Warren on Sunday.

Kaine told the crowd that Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will fight for a strong labor force.

Kaine says despite the polls being in the Democrats’ favor, people still need to get out and vote.

“Polls are looking OK. We feel good about where we are, we would rather be us than them,” Kaine said, “but you can’t take anything for granted.”

Democratic vice-presidential candidate Tim Kaine speaking earlier this year.
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Michigan got yet another presidential campaign visit today. Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine was in Detroit.

Kaine spoke at Focus: HOPE.

Focus:HOPE is a nonprofit that works to fight racial injustice and poverty. Kaine talked about running mate Hillary Clinton’s plan to end poverty.

Watch his speech here:

Vice presidential candidates Republican Mike Pence (L) and Democrat Tim Kaine (R).
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Both major party candidates for the next U.S. vice president plan campaign stops in Michigan this week.

Donald Trump’s running mate is up first. Indiana Governor Mike Pence is scheduled to headline a dinner hosted by the Macomb County Republican Party tonight.

Traditionally blue-collar Macomb remains one of Trump’s few bright spots in Michigan, where most recent polls show Hillary Clinton regaining a healthy lead, though none has her topping 50% of the total vote.

Clinton’s running mate, Virginia Senator Time Kaine, will pay a visit to Detroit Tuesday.