October 02, 2016
Democratic nominee for president is returning to Pennsylvania this upcoming week where she'll campaign with her daughter, Chelsea Clinton, and University of Pennsylvania graduate Elizabeth Banks.
On Tuesday, Clinton is slated to "talk about her agenda to support children and families and create an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top," according to the event's description.
Her visit will be the first to the state since she spoke to young voters at Temple University Sept. 19.
Though, Vice President Joe Biden and First Lady Michelle Obama both held rallies at Philadelphia colleges last week to gather support in the battleground state while Clinton campaigned across the country.
Her visit with Banks and Chelsea Clinton will come the same night as the lone vice presidential debate between Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine and Indiana Gov. Mike Pence. Kaine is scheduled to campaign in South Philadelphia Wednesday at 6 p.m.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump spoke to a crowd in Manheim, Pennsylvania in Lancaster County Saturday.
Banks has been anything but quiet during the presidential race. The actress stopped at her alma mater Tuesday to speak to young voters at the school's LGBT center.
Her words of wisdom to the crowd, according to Philadelphia Magazine?
“You need to vote for Hillary Clinton, and get 10 other people to vote for her too. You f****** millennials need to get out the f****** vote.”
The last day to register to vote in Pennsylvania is Oct. 11.