Bill Clinton to campaign for Hillary in New Jersey
Hillary Clinton will dispatch husband Bill to New Jersey for two campaign stops on Friday.
The campaign announced he will make appearances in Passaic County and in Ewing but did not specify the location and time of each appearance.
Tom Beaver, a spokesman for The College of New Jersey said he was not aware of any plans for any campaign stop on the Ewing campus. A representative from the Ewing school district said "nobody has reached out to us" about an appearance at a public school facility."
The campaign said that the former president would "lay out Hillary Clinton’s plan to raise wages and break down the barriers that hold too many New Jerseyeans back."
According to a Monmouth University poll released on May 4, Clinton holds a 38 percent lead over Vermont U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders among likely Democratic voters in the New Jersey primary June 2.
The former first lady is scheduled to stop in Camden on Wednesday while daughter Chelsea will campaign in Essex and Middlesex counties.