After a week of relative quiet, Hillary returns to Iowa next week!
A month after the debut Iowa visit of her 2016 presidential campaign, Democrat Hillary Clinton will return to the first-in-the-nation voting state next week.
Clinton will be in the state on Monday and Tuesday, spokeswoman Lily Adams told Iowa reporters Wednesday night. Details of the trip were released Friday morning.
Clinton will attend a meeting with organizers at a private home in Mason City Monday, and will have a small business discussion with invited guests at Bike Tech in Cedar Falls on Tuesday.After that, it's right back to New Hampshire!
A Clinton campaign official told WMUR.com the Democratic presidential frontrunner will be in the state on May 22, with details of the visit yet to be disclosed. She will be in New Hampshire on the same day that former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush wraps up a two-day visit.
The Clinton campaign official said the events will be small-scale, similar to those she has done on previous trips to New Hampshire and other states, as part of the “ramp up” phase of the campaign.
According to the campaign, the events will be designed to give Granite Staters the opportunity to ask her questions and share ideas.And the week after next? South Carolina!
Stay tuned to Hillary HQ as the journey to the White House continues...