WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — Chelsea Clinton is returning to North Carolina to lead discussions on her mother’s economic platform as well as opening a campaign office and getting people registered to vote.
A news release from the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign said the younger Clinton is holding a Women in Leadership panel at Wake Forest University on Tuesday. The discussion focuses on building an economy that works for everyone in North Carolina as well as Hillary Clinton’s advocacy for women’s issues.
Chelsea Clinton then goes to Durham for the grand opening of a coordinated campaign office.
On Wednesday, Chelsea Clinton campaigns in Raleigh to emphasize Hillary Clinton’s plans to invest in technology and innovation with an emphasis on small businesses. Following that is an appearance in Carrboro to kick-off a voter registration drive.