Dayelle Davis of Superior called her 75-year-old grandmother in Iron River and asked her to come to the event.
“She’s a die-hard Democrat and I think it’s something we all need to see,” said Davis, 17. “I feel like politicians always come to Duluth. But it’s so rare that we get someone so big as Biden to come to Superior. I just think it’s something remarkable and it’s not going to happen for quite a while.”
Davis got the go-ahead from her teachers at Superior High School to attend the event.
“I was more than excused,” she said. “I think it’s a moment in history that I’m a part of and it’s such a great movement and I’m excited to be here.”
Their biggest concern this election year?
“Jobs, jobs, jobs,” Davis said.