CLEVELAND, Ohio – As he trails Secretary Hillary Clinton in the delegate count for the democratic presidential nomination, Senator Bernie Sanders will bring his campaign to Cleveland on Saturday.
Sanders will speak to a ticketed audience in what has been described as a non-public event at the Olivet Institutional Baptist Church.
The church extended invitations to both campaigns, but Sanders was the first to accept.
“It’s not necessarily a rally, campaign rally but more of a dialogue of what his thoughts are and his vision is,” said Mark Smith, Media Director for the church.
Tickets for the event have already been distributed.
Clinton, who has dominated the African American vote in exit polls from previous primaries, was scheduled to speak with members of the Ohio Legislative Black Caucus on Friday, another group that can influence thousands of voters in the state.
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