With the Commander-in-Chief Forum scheduled for Wednesday, it will be a busy week in politics. The Clinton campaign has stops in Florida, North Carolina, Missouri and Pennsylvania.
Here’s a look at the Clinton-Kaine events this week:
Tuesday, September 6: Tampa, Florida
With the presidential election just two months away, the candidates are campaigning in key battleground states. Clinton will hold a rally in Tampa at the University of South Florida campus on Tuesday.
Clinton is expected to appear at USF’s Student Recreation Center, 12301 Maple Drive, from 1:45 to 3:30 p.m. Doors to the venue open at 11:45 a.m. Those who would like to attend can RSVP on her campaign website.
Clinton plans to deliver a national security speech during her Tampa stop. She “will discuss her plans to keep our nation safe, including by working with our allies, and outline how Donald Trump does not have the temperament to serve as commander in chief,” according to the campaign.
Meanwhile, Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine is slated to deliver what Hillary Clinton’s campaign calls a “major national security address” in North Carolina. Kaine plans to emphasize Clinton’s credentials to be commander in chief and her vision to “make America safer and stronger together.”
Kaine last visited North Carolina for public campaign events two weeks ago.
Wednesday, September 7: Orlando, Florida
Former president Bill Clinton will be in Orlando this upcoming Wednesday to hold a rally for Hillary Clinton supporters.
Clinton will discuss “why our nation needs a steady, experienced leader who is ready on day one, and Hillary Clinton’s plans to keep our nation safe.”
If you wish to attend, you can sign up to get tickets for the rally here.
The event will be held at the Dr. Smith Neighborhood Center from 11:15 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. ET.
Wednesday, September 7: Carlisle, Pennsylvania
On Wednesday, Chelsea Clinton will attend a “Pennsylvania Women for Hillary” organizing event where she will discuss how her mom will defend and expand women’s rights and fight for women and families as president. It marks Clinton’s first public campaign events since the Democratic National Convention.
The event will take place from 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. ET at the Carlisle DNC Office. Tickets for the event can be reserved here.
Thursday, September 8: Charlotte, North Carolina
North Carolina–a key battleground state– will have visits from Kaine, Clinton, and Trump this week. Clinton is scheduled to hold a rally in Charlotte on Thursday. According to her campaign, Clinton will “discuss her plans to keep our nation safe, including working with our allies, and highlight how Donald Trump doesn’t have the temperament to serve as commander in chief.”
The event will be held at the Jack S. Brayboy Gymnasium at Johnson C. Smith University from 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. ET.
The event is open to the public, however all guests must RSVP here to reserve tickets.
Thursday, September 8: Kansas City, Missouri
Clinton will address the delegates at the National Baptist Convention (NBC) for the 136th annual session being held in the Kansas City Convention Center. The NBC is the largest African American religious organization, according to its website.