Clinton to Visit Connecticut on Monday
It's a rare occasion when a presidential candidate visits Connecticut. The state only contains 7 electoral votes, and has primarily been a Democratic strong hold.
Monday we will get a presidential visit of sorts, but it won't be Hillary. According to newstimes.com, former President, Bill Clinton, will make three stops in the Nutmeg State in support of his wife's campaign.
The former President of the United States is scheduled to make two stops in Litchfield County visiting the towns of Warren and New Preston before ending his day with an art tour fundraiser in Greenwich.
There's no word at this time if there will be any public appearances for the former commander in chief, the events that he's attending are all private fundraisers, with tickets going for between $1,000 and $2,700 per person.
Donald Trump became the first Republican presidential candidate to visit Connecticut since Bob Dole campaigned here in 1996. Trump made a stop in Fairfield back in August.
As a side note, Connecticut is the state where Bill and Hillary first met. They were introduced to each other when they were both Yale Law School students in the early 70s.