​Updated:  President Bill Clinton to Campaign in Indiana

​Updated: President Bill Clinton to Campaign in Indiana

UPDATED:

Howard County Democratic Party’s Pre-Primary Pancake Breakfast
WHEN: Saturday, April 30 at 10:30am ET
WHERE: United Auto Workers Local 685 Hall located at 929 E. Hoffer St. in Kokomo, IN
Doors Open: 7:30 AM
For tickets to the Pancake Breakfast, please visit www.howardcountydemocrats.com

Fort Wayne Organizing Event with President Bill Clinton
WHEN: Saturday, April 30 at 3:00pm ET
WHERE: McMillen Park Community Center located at 3901 Abbott Street in Fort Wayne, IN 46806
Doors Open: 2:15pm ET
Public RSVP here

Gary Organizing Event with President Bill Clinton
WHEN: Saturday, April 30 at 5:00pm CT
WHERE: The Centennial at 504 Building located at 504 Broadway in Gary, IN 46406
Doors Open: 4:15pm CT
Public RSVP here

On Saturday, April 30, President Bill Clinton will campaign for Hillary Clinton in Indiana ahead of Tuesday’s primary. At Get Out the Vote events in Fort Wayne and Lake County, President Clinton will discuss why Hillary Clinton is the best candidate to raise wages and break down all the barriers holding families back.​

In addition, President Clinton will attend the Howard County Democratic Pre-Primary Pancake Breakfast in Kokomo.

Additional details about this trip will be released soon.

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