October 01, 2016
Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine will be in Philadelphia the night after the only vice presidential debate against Indiana Gov. Mike Pence until the November election.
Hillary Clinton's campaign announced Saturday that Kaine will be campaigning in Philadelphia and the Pittsburgh areas as the general election approaches and both candidates fight for votes in the battleground state.
Kaine, a Virginia senator, will speak at the Sheet Metal Workers Local Union 19 Hall in South Philadelphia Wednesday at 6 p.m. Doors open at 4 p.m. and attendees can register for the event online.
Details on the nominee's Pittsburgh event on Thursday are yet to be announced.
The event's description said that Kaine plans on discussing "an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top."
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump spoke to a crowd in Manheim, Pennsylvania in Lancaster County Saturday.
Both candidates have held many campaign events in Pennsylvania throughout recent months. Both Vice President Joe Biden and First Lady Michelle Obama held rallies at Philadelphia colleges last week in hopes of gather support for Clinton.