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September 15, 2016

Hillary Clinton to address Millennials in Philadelphia

Democratic presidential nominee will discuss challenges facing young people, plans for higher education

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will return to Philadelphia on Monday for a campaign stop that will emphasize the stakes of the 2016 election for America's Millennial population.

Clinton will deliver a speech at noon in Temple University's Mitten Hall that touches on the challenges facing young people and advocates for her plan to make free community college and debt-free college available to all Americans.

Doors for the event will open at 10:30 a.m.

The speech is expected to take place on a college campus and will further highlight the impact Clinton's policy will have on the future of the Millennial population.

Philadelphia is home to one of the largest Millennial populations in the United States and has been considered an ideal city for young people, with outstanding educational institutions and a strong reputation for its vibrant cultural life.

On Tuesday, President Barack Obama appeared at Eakins Oval to campaign for Clinton, calling her "steady" and "true" in a speech that underscored the crucial importance of the 2016 election.

In the latest Quinnipiac poll, released Sept. 8, Clinton leads Republican nominee Donald Trump by five points (48-43) in Pennsylvania. The deadline for voter registration in Pennsylvania is October 11.

Members of the public interested in attending Clinton's speech can RSVP here