Harris campaigns in Mich. hours before polls close

Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris has spent much of Election Day in battleground Michigan, telling voters they will decide the presidential race. She stopped in Southfield and Detroit, where Democrats hope to claim victory. (Nov. 3)

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KAMALA HARRIS: Hey.

- Hey.

KAMALA HARRIS: How you doing?

The decision about who will be the next president of the United States-- you are going to make. You will make that decision.

So what Obamacare did-- that Joe Biden, together with President Obama pushed through-- protected people with pre-existing conditions. The other choice for president is trying to get rid of it, is in court right now suing to get rid of it. These are the kinds of decisions that are in front of voters right now. Very clear decisions.

Encourage people to stand in line. I know it may be asking a lot. But when we think about what we want for ourselves, for our children, for our families, for our community, over the next four years and for the next generation, this is probably OK to do compared to what we're going to get in return.

- All right.

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