Hillary Clinton is coming back to Ohio for the first time since her Cleveland stop on Labor Day.
On Monday, the Democratic presidential nominee will hold two rallies. The first stop is in Toledo, where she plans to go after Wells Fargo bank.
According to her campaign, she plans to discuss “forced arbitration” clauses in contracts that make it difficult for workers and consumers to bring legal action against companies. Mandatory arbitration clauses sometimes require that claims be pursued on an individual basis instead of on behalf of a class of individuals. These clauses have recently been utilized by Wells Fargo when customers tried to sue the bank as a result of 2 million fake accounts. For years, Wells Fargo employees opened checking, savings and credit card accounts without their customers’ permission in order to meet sales quotas, and receive compensation.
Clinton will then arrive in Akron for an event at 5:45 p.m. at Goodyear Hall and Theater on E. Market Street. Doors will open at 3:45 p.m.
Those interested in attending the Akron event can sign up here. Monday’s rally can be viewed in the embedded YouTube player via RBC Broadcasting.
The former secretary of state will lay out her plans to “build an economy that works for everyone,” according to her campaign. She will also urge Ohioans to vote early, which has been a priority of her campaign.