In a post-debate appearance, Hillary Clinton returns to Ohio on Monday, the day before the state’s voter registration deadline. The registration deadline for the Nov. 8 election is Tuesday, with early voting beginning Wednesday.
The visit comes a week after Clinton’s last visit to Ohio, when she made stops in Toledo and Akron.
The Democratic presidential nominee will hold a public event on the South Oval at Ohio State University at about 7:30 p.m. to urge Ohioans to vote and to “lay out her plans to build an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top,” according to her campaign.
Members of the public can register for the event on the campaign’s website.
Anne Holton, wife of Sen. Tim Kaine, will campaign for her husband and Clinton in Ohio on Monday and Tuesday. According to the Clinton campaign, the former Virginia Secretary of Education will urge Ohioans to register to vote and “to support Clinton and Kaine because of their lifelong commitments to fighting for children and families.”
Clinton currently holds a narrow lead in the the key battleground state. According to CBS News Battleground Tracker, Clinton has a four-point lead over Trump in Ohio (46 percent to 42 percent).
The poll was done prior to Friday’s release of a tape from 2005 which showed Donald Trump making sexually aggressive comments toward women.
Clinton’s event on Monday can be viewed in the embedded YouTube player via RBC Broadcasting.