Barack Obama at Kettering on Monday
The leading Democratic candidate for President of the United States will make a campaign appearance at Kettering University on Monday, June 16.
The leading Democratic candidate for President of the United States will make a campaign appearance at Kettering University on Monday, June 16. Sen. Barack Obama will be in Kettering's Connie and Jim John Recreation Center. His address will focus on the economy.
Doors open at 10 a.m. The event begins at about 11:45 a.m. Tickets are required for Monday's rally. Distribution of tickets was completed on Friday, June 13. For more on tickets: http://my.barackobama.com/page/content/FlintJune16/
Visitors attending Monday's rally are asked not to bring bags to the event for security reasons. No signs or banners will be permitted.
Cameras and video cameras may be brought to Monday's rally.
Sen. Obama also will make a campaign appearance at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit on Monday. The Associated Press said Monday's visit will mark Obama's fourth campaign stop in Michigan in a little more than a month. He is concentrating on key battleground states now that he is the party's presumptive nominee.
Kettering is located on the corner of Third and Chevrolet avenues in Flint.