Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg will be in Chattanooga and Nashville on Wednesday to hold rallies marking the start of early voting in the state ahead of the Super Tuesday primary.
This is his third trip to Tennessee since announcing his candidacy in late November.
In late December, Mr.
Bloomberg announced his national healthcare policy in Memphis and kicked off the grand opening of the state campaign headquarters in Nashville. He returned to the state on Jan. 10 to open the Knoxville regional field office.
“The time, resources and attention Mike gives Tennessee shows his care and focus on Tennessee voters,” said Courtney Wheeler, Tennessee state director for Mike Bloomberg 2020. “We are glad to see he cares about our voices and are looking forward to giving him another big welcome this week.
His staff said, "The campaign’s deep presence in Tennessee is part of Bloomberg’s campaign to engage voters, win delegates on Super Tuesday, and defeat Donald Trump."
The appearance will be at the Bessie Smith Cultural Center - Entrance C, 200 E. Martin Luther King Blvd.
Doors open at 1:30 p.m. and the estimated start time is 2 p.m.