Bill, Chelsea Campaign in Michigan

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On Sunday, Bill and Chelsea Clinton spoke to potential voters in Michigan and asked them to support Hillary Clinton in Tuesday’s primary. Chelsea attended events in three cities. She spoke at a an event in Detroit where she met with members of the Service Employees Union and members of the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees. Chelsea then traveled to Flint where she and Mayor Karen Weaver spoke about plans to use money received to help improve the water quality in the city. Mayor Waver also announced a new jobs program in the city. Chelsea’s final event of the day was a Women’s Economic Forum in Southfield.

Bill meanwhile attended Sunday morning church services at the Greater Grace Temple. Speaking to the congregation, he spoke about Hillary’s experience and path forward for the country. Bill said that he was proud of his wife’s accomplishments and that he knows she will continue to fight for everyone. Previewing Sunday evening’s debate between Hillary and Bernie Sanders, Bill said that he thought she would do well. On Sunday afternoon, Bill made stops at a LGBT Organizing Event in Royal Oak and a surprise stop in Eastpointe. Videos from today’s events will be added when/if available.

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News Source: Daily Tribune, Detroit Free Press, Fox 2, MLive

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