Massachusetts Senator and Democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren kicked off her first campaign swing through Michigan in Detroit Tuesday, unveiling a plan to boost U.S. manufacturing and job creation through investments in climate change-fighting technologies.
Speaking at Detroit’s FOCUS Hope job training center, Warren outlined a 10-year plan to invest $400 billion in federal investments in research and development for green technologies. It would include a requirement that any resulting products be manufactured in the U.S.
California Senator and Democratic presidential candidate Kamala Harris made the first of several Michigan campaign stops in Detroit Sunday night, where she was the keynote speaker at the Detroit NAACP’s Fight for Freedom Fund Dinner.
Minnesota Senator and presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar made her first campaign stop in Michigan on Friday.
The Democratic candidate told the National Organization of Black County Officials that she wants to wrap up some of President Obama’s “unfinished business.” That includes passing a major infrastructure investment bill, and pressing forward on the president’s signature legislation expanding health care.
U.S. Senator and Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders says he won't make the same mistake as the Clinton campaign did in 2016, and assume the battleground states of Wisconsin, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and Pennsylvania will swing Democratic in 2020.
President Donald Trump won all five states in 2016.