LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Hillary Rodham Clinton plans to campaign Saturday in Flint, Lansing and Grand Rapids for Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama.
The former presidential candidate is urging her supporters to help elect the Illinois senator. Clinton will be speaking about Obama's plan to help turn around Michigan's struggling economy. Further details will be released by the Obama campaign later in the week.
Clinton won Michigan's disputed Jan. 15 primary election, but Michigan initially was stripped of its delegates, making the election moot.
An agreement brokered by the Democratic National Committee divided Michigan's delegates between Clinton and Obama, and delegates regained their full voting rights at the Democratic National Convention.