Sen. Kamala Harris stumps in Goldsboro.
The Democratic vice presidential nominee attended a rally at Herman Park Sunday evening.
Harris’s visit was known by the press Friday, but the exact details of her visit were not disclosed for public release as the event was by invite-only.
Only about 50 invited guests were allowed in to Herman Park to hear the senator speak.
However, hundreds watched and listened from the Wayne County Public Library parking lot as Harris made an impassioned speech urging residents to ensure they cast a ballot in the November 3rd Presidential Election.
Harris outlined her and running mate Joe Biden’s plans for bettering America should they win this week’s election.
Those plans include ensuring the Affordable Care Act stays in place, fighting climate change while creating new jobs in the clean energy field, and confronting and ending the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sen. Harris also reminded many have fought the right to vote, so everyone needs to practice that right and take part in the democratic process.
Following introductions from local Democrats seeking election or reelection, Harris spoke to the crowd for approximately 20 minutes before heading to her next campaign event in Fayetteville.