With only one week left until the Michigan primary, MSU's campus is playing host to one presidential hopeful in just a few short hours: Bernie Sanders. If you're interested in attending tonight's rally, there's some info you should know.

According to the website for tonight's rally, admission is completely free. The rally will take place at the Breslin Center. Doors open at 4 pm, however, it's "first come, first served," so I would make it a point to get there early (if you're reading this from the comfort of your own home and you want to attend, I might suggest leaving now). It's also highly suggested that you RSVP to the rally, which you can do so by clicking HERE. While you're RSVP-ing, also check out what you can and cannot bring into the rally. Example: keys and phones are cool, however, backpacks, large bags, and weapons (duh) will not be allowed.

Lines and wait times are expected to be pretty long as well... The Lansing State Journal says that last time Sanders paid a visit to the Mitten, he drew a crowd of over 9,000 people. Keeping that in mind, the LSJ put together a list of "5 things to know" for tonight's rally. Check out their suggestions HERE.

Whether you attend tonight's rally or not, the most important thing to remember is that you're voice counts. Don't forget to vote!

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