Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton returns to South Carolina on Thursday, including a stop in West Columbia, to discuss parts of her economic platform.
On her visit, which also includes a stop in Greenville, the former secretary of state and first lady will discuss her ideas for boosting middle-class incomes, according to her campaign.
In Columbia, Clinton will speak at the Brookland Baptist Church conference center in West Columbia, meeting with mayors and local government officials from around the state.
Brookland Baptist, an influential African American church, is a popular stop for politicians. President Barack Obama ate lunch at the church when he came to the Midlands in March.
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In Greenville, Clinton will hold a forum at Greenville Technical College Northwest Campus.
Details on attending either event are available through the Clinton campaign website.
Clinton’s visit makes her third to the Palmetto State and her second to the Midlands since announcing her bid for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Brookland Baptist Church
Clinton said she would push for equal pay and higher wages for women in Columbia in May, where she spoke to talk to Democratic women and minority women business owners.
In June, Clinton visited Trident Technical College where she talked about apprenticeships and job training programs.
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Hillary Clinton in SC
Where: Brookland Baptist Church Banquet and Conference,1066 Sunset Boulevard
When: 10 a.m.
Where: Heritage Hall, Greenville Technical College Northwest Campus, 8109 White Horse Road
When: 2:15 p.m.
Doors open an hour early for both events. Visit www.hillaryclinton.com/events for details on how to attend either event.