A day after the second presidential debate, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will return to Michigan to campaign in Detroit ahead of the state’s Oct. 11 voter registration deadline.
It marks the second time Clinton has campaigned in the state since her nomination in July. Michigan is one of several battleground states that both Clinton, and GOP nominee Donald Trump are focusing their attention on during the final stretch of the election.
A Detroit Free Press/WXYZ poll released late last week, showed that Clinton holds an 11-point advantage in Michigan.
The same poll released in mid-September showed that Trump had pulled within 3 points of Clinton. However, his performance following the first debate and the revelation that Trump may have not paid taxes for nearly two decades seemed to impact Michigan voters.
Clinton is scheduled to speak 2:45 p.m. at Wayne State University’s Matthaei Center in Detroit.
Members of the public can register for the event on the campaign’s website.
Monday’s rally can be viewed in the embedded YouTube player via RBC Broadcasting.