MILWAUKEE – Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris will visit Milwaukee on Monday.
The Biden/Harris campaign announcing she will be touring an International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers’ training facility around 1:40 p.m. She is expected to speak with IBEW members and Wisconsin labor leaders about “Joe Biden’s commitment to workers and organized labor.”
She will then take part in a “Build Back Better” roundtable discussion with black business owners around 3:50 p.m. Part of her time there will be to promote how a Biden-Harris administration “would advance racial equity as part of our nation’s economic recovery.”
This will be Harris’ first visit to Wisconsin since she accepted the Democratic nomination for vice president.
She was originally planning to be in the state to accept the vice presidential nomination at the Democratic National Convention, but instead accepted it in Delaware due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Joe Biden made his first Wisconsin visit as the Democratic nominee for president on Thursday, while President Donald Trump paid a visit to the state on Tuesday.
Vice President Mike Pence will also be in Wisconsin on Monday. He’ll be making a stop in La Crosse to speak at the Dairyland Power Cooperative.