President Obama is getting ready to address the nation on why he feels the US should stand up to the chemical weapons used against people in Syria. Congress will act soon as well.
Over the weekend, anti-Syria protests took place all over the country. Tonight, there will be one in Flint.
A candlelight vigil will take place outside Congresman Dan Kildee's office in Flint. Organizers say it will be held at 7 p.m. at the office on 4th and Saginaw in downtown Flint. Protesters say they are trying to urge Kildee to vote against air strikes in Syria.
Kildee has said he isn't sure how he will vote on the resolution.
It's part of a national protest organized by MoveOn.org and several other organizations.