President Joe Biden visits Howell Tuesday to gather support for infrastructure plans.
President Joe Biden is making a stop in Howell on Tuesday to drum up support for multiple infrastructure plans.
At Monday’s White House Press Briefing, Jen Psaki says the location, in the middle of a county Donald Trump won by double digits, wasn’t a partisan decision.
“We're going to a state and a part of the state that could benefit from all of these packages because they're hugely popular whether you're a Democrat or Republican and Independent. People don't think of their roads as partisan for good reason, nor do they think as their childcare is partisan. So that's why the President wants to go make the case in Michigan.”
Polling has consistently shown broad bi-partisan support for a one-point-two trillion-dollar plan. Though G-O-P voters are less enthused about another bill that would spend three trillion dollars over a decade to fight the effects of climate change.
The Livingston County Republican Party is organizing protests ahead of the President’s visit.