Sen. Kamala Harris talks about trying to earn Michiganders’ support during campaign in Detroit

Harris joins roundtable outside Headliners Barbershop on Detroit’s west side

How Kamala Harris and Joe Biden hope to earn support in Michigan.
How Kamala Harris and Joe Biden hope to earn support in Michigan.

DETROITSen. Kamala Harris was campaigning in Detroit on Tuesday night.

She participated in a roundtable conversation with black men outside Headliners Barbershop on the city’s west side.

She spoke to Local 4′s Rhonda Walker about the goal of earning Michiganders' support. You can watch that conversation in the video posted above.

More of Rhonda’s conversation with Harris is coming up Tuesday on Local 4 News at 11 p.m. She’ll talk about the national strategy to fight the coronavirus (COVID-19) if Joe Biden is elected president.

Wednesday on Local 4 News Today, starting at 6 a.m., you can see what Harris said about her role in the vetting of a Supreme Court justice nominee if senate hearings happen before election day.

Harris also spent time in Flint on Tuesday.

About the Author:

Rhonda Walker has been helping Detroiters get motivated and ready for the day for the past 22 years. A confessed morning person, this award winning talented and versatile journalist starts her day at 2:00 am to co-anchor the weekday morning newscast at WDIV-Local 4 News. A position she’s held since 2003.