DETROIT, Mich (WLNS) – Close to 4,000 people turned out to Hillary Clinton’s rally in Detroit today at Wayne State University.
Many supporters waited more than five hours in line to hear the Democratic nominee as she made her second appearance in Michigan since the convention and just hours after the second presidential debate between herself and Republican nominee Donald Trump.
Clinton and her supporters say she is the one who will support and stand up for every person in America.
Which is why they say the voters need to turn out to vote Clinton.
The candidate told the crowd to “lift each other up, celebrate our diversity. That’s the country that I know and love and that’s the country that this generation of young people are going to make even stronger, more open, more tolerant.”
Supporter Jon Childs claims “she’s right for Michigan and America because she’s a leader who wants to keep us together, bring us together.”
“Hillary has always been for minorities,” adds Clinton backer Denise Perry. “She has a record of of dealing with minorities, as her husband had. Trump, I just don’t think he’s sincere.”
Supporter Issas Obh say Clinton speaks for those who can’t speak out. “They don’t really have a voice and she’s their voice right now.”
We are just 28 days away from Election Day.
Tuesday is the final day for voters to register in order to have their voice be a part of the decision for the next president of the United States.