On Tuesday, Alabamians across the state will head to the polls to weigh in on who they would like to see as their respective party’s nominee for president. Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton is hoping rally support her way on Saturday when she makes a visit to Birmingham, just four days ahead of the SEC Primary,
The former first lady and secretary of state is holding a get-out-the-vote rally at 12:45 p.m. at the Miles College Gymnasium in Fairfield where she will discuss income inequality and other barriers faced by American families. Doors open at 11:45 a.m. and the event will end at 2 p.m. Members of the public who are interested in attending can find more information here.
“We are excited to have Secretary Clinton back in our state, and we want to welcome her!” said Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill. “I am thrilled with how the SEC Primary has developed and what it means for our people to have personal interaction with these candidates. With the Alabama primary being a less than week away, it is a very exciting time for our people to have the opportunity to speak with presidential candidates.”
Saturday’s visit is Clinton’s third stop in Alabama since she announced her candidacy. She has previously visited Hoover and Montgomery.
Republican candidates Donald Trump and Marco Rubio are also planning stops across the state this weekend.