State: Washinton state
Claims to fame: The former congressman has touted his $9 trillion climate action plan as the best among the candidates, arguing America's "fatal addiction" to gas, oil and coal is "killing us, literally, and it's destroying our climate."
Biggest weaknesses: He risks becoming a one-issue candidate who lacks enough strong points to distinguish himself among the many white male candidates in the field.
Miami moment: He touted his plan to fight climate change but stumbled by claiming he was the only one advancing abortion rights with three female senators on stage.
Candidate visits to Michigan: Candidate visits to Michigan: June 4 in Detroit
*Expected to be in town Monday for announcement at Marathon refinery