John F. Kennedy campaigns in Michigan during the 1960 presidential election.
Telenews titlecard reads "MICHIGAN." Shots of the crowd in Ann Arbor, where a child waves a hand-painted sign that says "WE'RE FOR KENNEDY." Kennedy departs via train and heads to Albion. During a speech to a large crowd in front of Kalamazoo City Hall, Kennedy says "I believe that this country has to once again determine what it wants to be. In my judgement, it wants to be not only a great country, which it is; it wants to be a greater country. It wants to protect not only its own people, but it wants to serve as an example and inspiration to all those who wish move along the road of freedom."