VP candidate Kamala Harris makes Milwaukee her first campaign stop

September 10, 2020

Photos By Felita Daniels Ashley

Sen. Kamala D. Harris visited Milwaukee on Monday, September 7, 2020 for her first in-person campaign stop since being named the Democratic vice-presidential nominee, highlighting the campaign’s continued convergence on Wisconsin, the epicenter of ongoing protests against police violence and a state President Trump won by fewer than 30,000 votes in 2016. Hours after Vice President Pence toured an energy facility in La Crosse — and just days after Biden himself visited Kenosha and Milwaukee — Harris toured an International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers training facility and held a round-table with Black business owners in Milwaukee. The senator from California and former prosecutor met with the family of Jacob Blake. Harris’ visit to Milwaukee drew many women supporters out to see her on Monday.

Photos By Felita Daniels Ashley

Photos By Felita Daniels Ashley

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