Democratic Frontrunner Makes Michigan Stop

Democratic presidential frontrunner Howard Dean came to Michigan Monday. He visited Detroit to unveil his plan to strengthen U.S. cities.

The former Vermont governor says Detroit is the city hardest hit under the Bush administration.

Dean says improvement can be accomplished through job creation, a higher minimum wage and financial credits for urban businesses.

His visit comes just three days before Michigan residents can begin requisition mail-in and Internet ballots for the Feb. 7 Democratic caucuses.