GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — The coronavirus pandemic has changed the way presidential candidates are campaigning, but they are still finding a way.
And they’re keeping Michigan in their sights as they go on the virtual campaign trail.
“Michigan is a state that is incredibly important, not only in terms of electoral votes, but in what it says,” presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden said in a Zoom interview. “There are an awful lot of people like I grew up with in Pennsylvania and Delaware that in fact are hard-working middle class folks who deserve a shot.”
“Almost immediately upon entering the White House, the campaign apparatus was built, constructed to run a national system, a national organization and so there are teams of people across this country, most assuredly in Michigan,” Trump spokesman Hogan Gidley agreed.
Also above on this July 26, 2020, episode of “To The Point,” we look at the Republican primary for the 73rd House seat.