Carole King has headed back out in support of Senator Barack Obama. The free public events will probably be similar to her last batch. CaroleKing.com posted about the second leg of her support for the Democratic Presidential nominee.
Carole King heads back out on the campaign trail today in Michigan in support of Democratic Presidential Nominee Barack Obama.
She is scheduled to make stops in Royal Oak, Franklin, West Bloomfield, Canton, Farmington Hills, Sault Ste Marie, Cheboygan, Alpena, Bay City and Midland.
Her extensive trip to Michigan arrives on the heels of similar treks throughout Ohio, Indiana and Pennsylvania.
On Thursday morning, she spoke at the Five15 Coffee Shop in Royal Oak, Michigan, according to the Detroit Free Press.
Cheyboygan Daily Tribune announced yesterday that Carole was scheduled to appear at the Cheboygan Democratic Headquarters at 10952 N. Straits Highway, Cheboygan, Michigan, around 11:45 this morning.
The Bay City Times says Carole will be at the Democratic Party Headquarters at 260 Washington Ave. in downtown Bay City, Michigan, tonight at 5:00 PM.
Midland Daily News reports she will be at the United Steelworkers of America Local 12075 Hall at 3510 James Savage Road in Midland, Michigan, tonight at 6:30 – 7:30 PM.
She’ll also be heading into Iowa on Monday. She’ll be at the Madison County Democrats Office at 104 N. 1st Ave. in Winterset, Iowa, at 10:00 AM, according to an event announcement at BarackObama.com.
The BarackObamadotcom YouTube channel posted a video of Carole King giving canvassing advice in Philadephia on September 26: