Hillary Clinton will make a stop in Orlando for a rally and fundraising event on Wednesday.
The Democratic presidential nominee will talk to supporters at Frontline Outreach Center at 2 p.m. Doors open at noon. The event can be viewed in the embedded YouTube player via RBC Broadcasting.
Clinton will discuss her plans to build an “inclusive economy,” which welcomes people with disabilities, according to her campaign.
The former secretary of state will outline policies including eliminating sub-minimum wages for people with disabilities and proposing “new partnerships with businesses to improve hiring practices for those living with a disability.”
Clinton’s campaign has long-touted her work for people with disabilities during her time at the Children’s Defense Fund and as secretary of state.
The focus of her speech will be directed toward her economic plans, rather than attacking Republican Donald Trump.
“You want something to vote for, not just against,” she said on Monday in Philadelphia, in a speech aimed at millennial voters.
Clinton holds a five-point advantage over Trump in the critical swing state of Florida, according to a new Monmouth University poll.
Those interested in attending the rally can sign up on the Clinton campaign website. The event comes just five days before the first presidential debate at Hofstra University.