Doug Emhoff, husband of Democratic Vice Presidental Candidate Kamala Harris, and U.S. Representative Cindy Axne were in Perry Friday to discuss the democratic ticket.

The duo spoke to a socially distanced crowd of around two-dozen people in Josh Davis Plaza in downtown Perry. Axne began the event by discussing what it would mean to vote flip Perry blue and what that would mean for the Presidential race and other local offices. She then turned the microphone over to Emhoff, who also made stops in Omaha and Urbandale Saturday. The event was limited to a small crowd to accommodate extra security and social distancing.