The Clinton campaign announced today that Vice-Presidential candidate Tim Kaine will be joining the man he hopes to replace, Joe Biden, at the Pittsburgh Labor Day Parade.
Pittsburgh still has a large union presence and its parade is considered one of the largest Labor Day parades in the country. Joe Biden spoke at last year’s parade amid speculation that he was going to announce a run for the Presidency.
Obviously no announcement came, but Biden still gave a well-received speech and then led the parade for that day. This year, both Biden and Kaine will speak before the parade begins.
Both will speak on, “the contributions of American workers and organized labor” to the national economy and “how Hillary Clinton would build an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top” according to the Clinton campaign.
They will speak at the intersection of 11th street and Liberty Avenue and the event is expected to begin at 9 a.m.