Presidential Hillary Clinton will make a stop in Cleveland Wednesday to talk tax fairness and investing in Ohio.
Clinton will tour John Marshall High School and then speak at a campaign event where she will "lay out the difference between Trump's vision for an economy that benefits himself and wealthy people like him and her vision for an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top," according to Clinton's campaign.
Doors open to the public at 11:15 a.m. Clinton is expected to speak at John Marshall High School at 3952 West 140th Street in Cleveland at 1:15 p.m.
How is Clinton's competition doing?
“While he has my vote, he doesn’t have my endorsement,” said Ayotte.
Trump campaigned in Youngstown on Monday. His poll numbers are to dropping. The latest numbers show Hillary Clinton up by a commanding lead, but in Ohio, the race remains tight. Even so, Trump continues his attack on Clinton by keeping topics in the forefront, like terrorism.
"She also lacks the mental and physical stamina to take on Isis and many of the adversaries we face,” said Trump.
Clinton’s campaign continues to push a common message.
“We don't want you on the side lines,” said Clinton. "This is the most consequential election the stakes could not be higher.”