April 18, 2016
Hillary Clinton is coming to Fishtown.
The front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination will campaign at The Fillmore on Wednesday – one day after the hotly-contested New York primary and a week ahead of the Pennsylvania primary election.
Her campaign says Clinton will discuss her plans to "deliver results and break down barriers for Pennsylvania families."
The event begins at 6:30 p.m. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. The public can RSVP here.
Clinton addressed the Pennsylvania AFL-CIO convention in Philadelphia earlier this month. On the same day, Bernie Sanders, held a rally at Temple University that nearly filled the 10,200-seat Liacouras Center.
Former President Bill Clinton also visited Philly earlier this month to stump on his wife's behalf. His speech at a Northwest Philly school drew national attention when he verbally sparred with protestors over, in part, a 1994 crime bill he signed into law.
The Pennsylvania primary is April 26.