HERMANTOWN, MN -- Democratic Presidential Nominee Joe Biden flew into Duluth International Airport around 1:30 p.m. Friday.
He then went straight to the carpenters union hall in Hermantown, getting a tour, and delivering remarks.
After comments from U.S. Senators Amy Klobuchar and Tina Smith, Biden addressed a small group of workers and a few media members, talking about the importance of unions and need for investment in infrastructure along the Great Lakes.
Biden then headed to Canal Park, briefly chatting with Minnesota Governor Tim Walz and Duluth Mayor Emily Larson outside Amazing Grace Bakery.
Afterward, the former VP met with Firefighters at the downtown Duluth Fire Hall.
He then headed back to the airport for the flight home.