The Democratic presidential candidate is hosting a “Conversation with Hillary” on July 29 in her first visit to the area since declaring her candidacy, according to David Singleton of Times-Tribune.
Scranton is a special place for Clinton as her father, Hugh Rodham, was born there.
For the opportunity to see the former Secretary of State, individuals will have to fork over $1,000 to be a “friend” of the campaign, or $2,700 to be a “supporter.”
Clinton’s campaign will make its way to Scranton after a visit to Pittsburgh on July 22nd, and before holding another fundraiser in Washington, D.C. on the 30th.
The former Senator from New York was due to attend a fundraiser in Philadelphia two weeks ago, but postponed the event to attend the funeral of SC state Sen. Clementa Pinckney, one of nine killed in the church massacre in Charleston.