Senator Elizabeth Warren is hitting the campaign trail for Hillary Clinton and is making a stop at Cleveland State University Sunday.
The Massachusetts senator is one of two leaders within the Democratic Party who have stumped for Clinton in Northeast Ohio over the weekend.
Warren, who endorsed Clinton in early June, plans to emphasize Clinton's plans to make community college and other institutions of higher learning debt-free, while urging Ohioans to register for early voting ahead of the Oct. 11 deadline, according to a report from the campaign.
Senator Bernie Sanders campaigned on Friday.
The independent senator from Vermont spoke at the University of Akron and at Kent State University in two morning rallies on plans to reform the immigration system, raise the minimum wage and protect access to health care.
Seating for Sunday's event is limited.
When: 10:30 a.m. Sunday, September 18
Doors open to public: 9:45 a.m.
Where: Roberta Steinbacher Atrium, Maxine Goodman Levine College of Urban Affairs at Cleveland State University, 1717 Euclid Ave., Cleveland
Register for the even here .