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Hillary Clinton to revisit Pittsburgh

John Hamilton | Staff Photographer

John Hamilton | Staff Photographer

John Hamilton | Staff Photographer

By Danni Zhou / Staff Writer

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Looking to influence Pennsylvania voters before the upcoming primary, Hillary Clinton will make a return visit to Pittsburgh this Friday.

Clinton’s campaign has not announced any further details about when and where she will speak. The presidential hopeful last visited Pittsburgh after her rally at Carnegie Mellon University April 7, where she discussed her plans to control climate change, offer affordable education and invest in infrastructure.

On Wednesday, Bill Clinton visited Pitt-Johnstown’s campus, and held a rally for Hillary at the Pittsburgh Federation of Teachers Building in South Side.

Hillary Clinton will follow Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders, who visited Pittsburgh March 31, and Republican candidates Donald Trump and John Kasich, who both made stops in Pittsburgh this month.

Clinton’s visit comes just five days before the Pennsylvania primary election April 26. After the April 19 New York primary, Clinton is leading the polls with 1,446 delegates. A Democratic candidate needs 2,383 delegates to win the nomination.

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