DETROIT (CBS Detroit) – Have you ever wanted to see the First Lady of the United States in person?

Michelle Obama is speaking Friday, Oct. 10, in downtown Detroit, campaigning for U.S. Senate candidate Gary Peters and Mark Schauer, who’s the Democratic challenger to Gov. Rick Snyder in the November general election.

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“We are honored to have the First Lady come to Michigan and highlight how the future of our middle class is at stake here this November,” said Lon Johnson, Michigan Democratic Party Chair, in a media release. 

“Mark and Gary have proven track records of fighting for good jobs – from standing up to save the auto rescue to calling for a higher minimum wage – and they are the only candidates Michigan middle class families can trust. The First Lady has been a tremendous advocate for our middle class families and veterans, and we look forward to having her in Michigan.”

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Mrs. Obama will speak at the Detroit Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts beginning at 12:15 p.m., with doors opening at 9:30 a.m.

Tickets are free — available on a first come, first serve basis — and can be picked beginning Wednesday, Oct. 8, at the following locations:

Detroit East Side: 17243 Mack Ave., Detroit
Detroit West Side: 18409 Livernois Ave., Detroit
Sterling Heights: 33804 Schoenherr Rd., Sterling Heights
Southfield: 17100 W. Twelve Mile Rd., Lower Level, Southfield
Pontiac: 4 N. Saginaw, 2nd Floor, Pontiac
Dearborn: 23918 Cherry Hill St., Dearborn
Ann Arbor: 3810 Packard Rd., Suite 230, Ann Arbor

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Can’t make it Friday? Stay with WWJ and CBSDetroit.com for coverage of the event.