Michelle Obama Will Campaign in Philadelphia Next Week

The last time the First Lady came to town, she delivered what many called the best speech at the DNC.

Michelle Obama speaking at the DNC. Photo by J. Scott Applewhite/AP

Michelle Obama speaking at the DNC. Photo by J. Scott Applewhite/AP

First Lady Michelle Obama will campaign in Philadelphia next week for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

Michelle Obama will “lay out what’s in stake in this election” on Wednesday, September 28th, according to the Clinton campaign. The First Lady will come to Philly on the heels of her husband, President Barack Obama, who campaigned for Clinton in front of the Art Museum on September 13th. Clinton herself campaigned on Temple University’s campus yesterday, where she made a pitch to millennial voters.

The time and location of next week’s event have yet to be announced, but the speech will be free and open to the public. Those interested in attending can RSVP on the Clinton campaign website.

The last time the First Lady came to town, she delivered what many called the best speech at the Democratic National Convention in July. The crowd, and the internet, went wild.

We’ll update as we get more details on Michelle’s appearance. In other news, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump will campaign in Delaware County this Thursday – in case you needed any more evidence that Pennsylvania is a key battleground state in this election.

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