BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — One of the busiest women in the U.S. will make a campaign stop in the Queen City as part of her push to become elected as the first female President of the United States of America.
Hillary Clinton, who spent much of Thursday on the stand during a Senate hearing on Benghazi, announced she will make a campaign stop in Buffalo on Nov. 10.
The time and location have yet to be announced, however Clinton is running an aggressive campaign as she faces off with Bernie Sanders for the Democrat Party nomination.
Two candidates on the other side of the aisle stopped in Buffalo as well as part of their push to receive Republican Party nomination. Marco Rubio raised over $200,000 in August and Jeb Bush made headlines when he stopped through town in June.