Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will be making a stop in Wisconsin later this week – marking the first time she’s visited the Badger State during her current campaign.
Clinton is scheduled to meet with grassroots organizers Thursday during an event on the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee campus. The meeting will take place in Spaights Plaza, with doors opening at 4 p.m. and the actual event starting at 5:30 Thursday evening.
Clinton is the second Democratic presidential hopeful to visit Wisconsin this year. Vermont U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders held a rally in Madison this past July, which drew thousands of supporters.