Presumptive democratic nominee Hillary Clinton will visit critical swing states this week– Virginia, Ohio and North Carolina– where her economic policy will take the center stage.
Her campaign will seek to address two crucial issues: convincing the middle class that Clinton cares about their interests as much as Bernie Sanders, and that she can improve the economy more than Donald Trump.
The economy is a top concern for voters. A recent Gallup poll shows that voters believe Trump would be the best economist-in-chief by a margin of 53% to 43%.
Here are all of the upcoming events currently on Clinton’s schedule.
June 21: Columbus, Ohio
Clinton will be in Columbus on Tuesday, where she will deliver a speech on the economic choice voters face in November. She will discuss her “vision for an America that is stronger together and her commitment to build an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top,” according to her campaign.
The event is from 11:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., tickets can be reserved here.
Clinton visited Cleveland Industrial Innovation Center on June 13, the day after Orlando’s mass shooting.
Introduced by Sen. Sherrod Brown, Clinton made a speech in which she urged Americans to unify and to support gun control and an “intelligence surge.”
She also encouraged stricter domestic gun control, highlighting her concern regarding assault weapons.
June 21: Hampton Roads, Virginia
Clinton held a closed discussion on national security last Wednesday at the Virginia Air and Space Center in Hampton.
Clinton led a panel discussion that included military officials, service members and family of those who have served in the armed forces, but was not open to the public.
The event came in the wake of Orlando’s mass shooting at Pulse Nightclub. Clinton said she believed that lone wolf terrorists are affecting national security.
“As President, I will make identifying and stopping lone wolves a top priority. We will assemble a team across the government, and private sector of our communities to get on top of this challenge.”
Clinton also spoke about gun control, referencing the gunman responsible for the Orlando massacre, who was previously on FBI watch lists.
“If the FBI is watching you for a suspected terrorist link, then you should not be able to buy a gun with no questions asked,” Clinton said.
Clinton has another event scheduled for Hampton Roads on June 21. Details about that event have not yet been released.
June 22: Raleigh, North Carolina
After a stop in Ohio, Clinton will head to North Carolina. She will campaign in Raleigh on Wednesday at a public event at the North Carolina State Fairgrounds. Doors open at 12:30 p.m., with the event beginning at 2:30 p.m. Tickets can here reserved here.
Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump spoke to thousands of supporters last week in Greensboro.