Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in metro Detroit Tuesday, in town for a campaign fundraiser in Grosse Pointe.
"It's been a big buzz, that she's here and I'm thrilled she's here," said Teresa Dabish.
Admission to the campaign fundraiser started at $2,700 a ticket.
Among those in attendance, Michigan Supreme Court Justice, Richard Bernstein.
"Politics can be a force for good - it can be a force for change," he said. "And good things can come of it."
The street blocked off for the former first lady and former secretary of state arriving quietly Tuesday afternoon and none of the onlookers were able to see her.
While supporters lined the street to try to catch a glimpse of the presidential hopeful they weren't the only ones - protestors were also here for Hillary Clinton as well.
"She's not accessible to normal people but to her mega donors she's obviously willing and available," said Wayne Bradley.
But some would argue that - Clinton stopped by Sweet Potato Sensations in Detroit's Old Redford neighborhood before her private campaign appearance in Grosse Pointe.