The two will be talk to the media at the Minnesota BioBusiness Center on Monday morning. Smith is also slated to visit Maple Grove and Duluth later in the day as part of a "Made in Minnesota" jobs tour.
According to a news release from Clinton's campaign, Smith will be talking about Clinton's "commitment to building an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the very top." She will also detail the Democratic candidates plan to increase jobs. Smith is also expected to go after Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, accusing him of outsourcing jobs.
This is not the first time that Brede has gotten involved in partisan politics. While the office of Rochester mayor is nonpartisan, Brede has campaigned in the past for Democrats. In 2010, Brede spoke at a get-out-the-vote rally in support of DFL candidates, including 1st District Rep. Tim Walz and Gov. Mark Dayton. He also donated to Dayton's campaign in 2014.