Hillary Clinton is heading to the Lowcountry on Wednesday for her second visit to South Carolina since announcing her White House bid.
The 2016 Democratic frontrunner will hold a forum in the Charleston area focused on youth job training and apprenticeship programs, a campaign aide said, adding that more details about the stop will be released later.
The campaign has set up more than two dozen watch parties and launch-day house parties in the Palmetto State timed with Clinton’s official campaign launch event Saturday in New York City.
The former first lady and secretary of state announced her campaign on April 12 and has been campaigning in early primary states in small, controlled events and roundtable discussions with students, educators and small-business owners.
Clinton made a one-day stop in Columbia last month, meeting with minority women business owners and speaking to a group of Democratic women gathered for a conference at the State House.
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