Hillary Clinton speaks at Wayne State University

Once again, Michigan is a stop on the road to the White House.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton came to Detroit on Monday. She spoke at Wayne State University's Matthaei Center at 2:45 pm.

She was hoping to encourage people to register to vote in the presidential election. The deadline to register is on Tuesday.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has been to Michigan five times since the Republican National Convention in July.

As mentioned, the deadline to register to vote is tomorrow, Tuesday, October 11. To see if you're registered, visit vote.michigan.gov

Her speech was about 30 minutes long and ended with the same theme it began with -- getting people registered to vote.