Sep 24, 2016 8:15 PM
NH1 News Political Director
CONCORD - Hillary Clinton will return to New Hampshire next week.
When the Democratic presidential nominee visits the Granite State on Wednesday, it will be her trip back since landing the endorsement of Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, her primary rival, at an event at Portsmouth High School in mid July.
And when she returns, she'll be joined once again by Sanders.
Clinton's presidential campaign announced on Sunday that the two will headline an event on college affordability that will take place at the field house at the University of New Hampshire at Durham.
The event is scheduled to start at 2:15pm.
Since Clinton's last visit here, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's made three trips to New Hampshire, where four crucial electoral votes are up for grabs in the November election.
Trump's running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, makes his second swing into New Hampshire on Monday. Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia, Clinton's running mate, has visited the Granite State three times since becoming the Democratic vice presidential nominee.
In an email release, the Clinton campaign said "Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will campaign together in New Hampshire to discuss their shared belief that cost should not be a barrier for anyone who chooses to go to college, and student debt should not hold Americans back after they leave school. That includes enabling all students with family income up to $125,000 to attend an in-state public college or university tuition-free, covering more than 80 percent of all families."
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