LANSING, Mich (WLNS) – Michigan will be a stop on the campaign trail for two presidential candidates this month.
According to our media partner MLive, Democratic hopeful Hillary Clinton and Libertarian-leaning Rand Paul have stops in Michigan scheduled.
Clinton will stop July 21 for a fundraising event in the Grosse Pointe home of a national political strategist. Tickets are $2700 for the event. The stop marks the first visit to Michigan for Clinton since she announced her candidancy.
Paul will be in the state this weekend with a whirlwind tour scheduled. He’ll begin in Highland Park, then continue Saturday with “Stand with Rand” events in Shelby Charter Township, Flint, Dewitt and Holland, where he’ll be joined by U.S. Rep. Justin Amash.
More candidates are expected to make Michigan a key stop ahead of the March 2016 primary and November general election.