Democratic presidential candidate, Kamala Harris, kicks off her campaign in her hometown of Oakland on Sunday. Harris has been making the rounds on television to talk about the state of the nation and issues that will frame her campaign. Focusing on wages, climate change, and reforming bias in the judicial system, Harris says these are some of the issues that are important to people in the U.S. today. Her rally at the front of Oakland City Hall starts at noon on Sunday.
California's first-term Senator Kamala Harris is getting into the Democratic presidential race. The high ranking Democrat took to Twitter to make it official on Monday.