On Monday, Hillary Clinton will make a stop in Omaha where she will discuss her commitment to build “an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top,” according to her campaign.
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett is slated to introduce Clinton at the event in Nebraska– a heavily Republican state.
Buffett is the latest billionaire to vouch for Clinton. Over the weekend, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban endorsed her in Pittsburgh, calling her a “true leader.” Cuban said, “Leadership is not yelling and screaming and intimidating.”
“American exceptionalism and the American dream are alive and well,” Cuban told the crowd. “I’m ready to vote for the American dream.”
Nebraska is a state that hasn’t voted Democratic since 1964. Nebraska and Maine are the only two states that award part of their electoral votes via a congressional district method. In Nebraska, two of the state’s five electoral votes go to the statewide winner, which is expected to be GOP nominee Donald Trump. The other three are awarded based on the winner of each congressional district.
Clinton’s event will be held at Omaha North High Magnet School beginning at 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time. It can be viewed in the embedded YouTube player via Hillary Clinton Speeches & Events.
As Clinton campaigns in Omaha, her running mate Tim Kaine will return to his home state of Virginia. Kaine is speaking in Richmond on Monday at Huguenot High School from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
The former Virginia governor will share the Democratic ticket’s vision for an America that’s stronger together, according to the campaign.
In their first campaign event following the Democratic National Convention, Clinton and Kaine made stops in Ohio and Pennsylvania, where they vowed that their economic policies would create jobs and raise wages.