While Louisiana, Kansas, and Nebraska held their Democratic primaries on Saturday, Bill Clinton was in Detroit looking ahead to Tuesday’s primary in Michigan. Campaigning for Hillary Clinton, Bill spoke at a canvass kickoff event. He focused on the jobs plan that Hillary unveiled during a speech in Detroit yesterday. Speaking at the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees Council 25’s auditorium, Bill also spoke about Hillary’s plans for building upon heath care, supporting labor unions, strengthening manufacturing, and improving the nation’s infrastructure. On the subject of infrastructure, Bill referenced the water crisis in Flint, commending both Hillary and rival Bernie Sanders for calling national attention to the issue.
Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton is preparing for tomorrow night’s Democratic debate, which will air on CNN. She attended an evening pre-debate reception hosted the Michigan Democratic Party. Held at the MGM Grand Detroit, guests included Michigan’s Congressional Delegation, Democratic members of Michigan’s state Legislature, local government officials, and former Governor Jim Blanchard. Details from Hillary’s speech can be read HERE.