Mike Bloomberg in Illinois this week announcing jobs initiative
Mike Bloomberg will visit Illinois, Minnesota, and Ohio to announce his jobs and income growth agenda ahead of the March 17, 2020 Democratic Primary. Bloomberg the former New York Mayor and owner of Bloomberg News, is a Democratic candidate seeking to unseat the controversy plagued President Donald Trump
Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg will visit three states on Wednesday to announce his proposed policy to bring more opportunities to people and places that have been shortchanged by Donald Trump. Specifically, Mike will lay out plans that are relevant to urban communities such as Chicago, Illinois; rural communities such as Wells, Minnesota; and formerly industrial communities such as Akron, Ohio.
In Chicago, Illinois Mike will deliver remarks on jobs and income growth at Olive-Harvey College about his plan.
In Wells, Minnesota, Mike will visit the Johnson family farm to hear directly from owner Darin Johnson and others in the community about rural economic issues.
In Akron, Ohio, Mike will visit the Bounce Innovation Hub where he will meet small business owners and hold an organizing event.
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The Illinois, Minnesota, and Ohio primaries are all in March.
His Illinois appearance is Wednesday at Olive-Harvey College, 10001 South Woodlawn Avenue, Chicago Wednesday January 8, 2020.
Later the same day, Bloomberg will make two stops in Minnesota at local farms and then will travel to Akron, Ohio at Bounce Innovation, 526 S. Main Street.
Bloomberg is expected to discuss his jobs and income growth agenda and hold discussions with voters.
Despite being a late entrant to the presidential race, Bloomberg has been quickly rising in the polls on the backs of commercials spelling out his policies and platforms.
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