President Donald Trump is coming to Michigan for a March 28 rally in Grand Rapids, Trump’s re-election campaign announced Friday.
The rally will be at Van Andel Arena, according to the Associated Press. Michigan GOP Chair Laura Cox said she is “thrilled” that Trump is coming to Michigan, which helped elect the president in 2016.
“This visit is proof that the president is making Michigan a priority in 2020 and the Michigan Republican Party will do everything in our power to deliver our state’s 16 electoral votes to his re-election,” Cox said in a statement.
Trump visited Michigan several times during the 2016 election. His final campaign stop was held in Grand Rapids the day before voters made their decision.