Hillary Clinton is planning to campaign in Haverford, Pennsylvania on Tuesday. The Democratic presidential nominee will make a stop in Delaware County to speak to voters at the Haverford Community Recreation and Environmental Center.
The event is scheduled to begin at noon an end at 1 p.m. Doors open at 10 a.m.
Clinton, along with her daughter Chelsea and University of Pennsylvania graduate Elizabeth Banks will hold a town hall to have a conversation with families.
The former secretary of state will talk about her agenda to support children and families and create an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top, with families from the Philadelphia are,” according to Clinton’s campaign.
The event marks Clinton’s first to the state since she spoke to millennial voters at Temple University Sept. 19.
Yesterday Clinton held two rallies in Ohio where she spoke about her economic plan, and specifically addressed the middle class.
During her speech in Toledo, Clinton made her first public statement on the New York Times’ report that Donald Trump recorded a $916 million loss in 1995 that may have resulted in reduced taxes over a span of two decades.
“While millions of American families including mine and yours were working hard, and paying our fair share it seems he was contributing nothing to our nation,” she said.
Clinton went on to say that Trump has been dissing America throughout his campaign.
“Trump represents the same rigged system that he claims he’s going to change,” she told the crowd.
“All the while he was using his political connections to collect hundreds of millions of dollars in government subsidies, and extra tax breaks for his companies,” Clinton said. “In other words, Trump was taking from America with both hands and leaving the rest of us with the bill.