CLEVELAND — Democratic vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris will travel to Cleveland on Saturday, according to a release from the Biden-Harris campaign.
Details of her visit were not immediately announced.
Her first attempt to come to Cleveland on Oct. 16 was abruptly canceled after two individuals involved in the campaign tested positive for COVID-19. Last week, the Biden for President campaign learned that a non-staff flight crew member and Liz Allen, Sen. Harris’s communications director, had tested positive for the virus, the campaign said.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden was in Cleveland, along with President Donald Trump, for the first presidential debate on Sept. 29. The following day after the debate, Biden completed a train tour in Ohio.
Vice President Mike Pence spent last week at an outdoor rally in Columbus, highlighting the administration’s record on jobs and manufacturing.