TULSA, OK – Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton is now planning a public event in Tulsa as she visits Oklahoma as part of a fundraising stop.
Clinton plans to have the event at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame on Friday and then attend a private fundraiser at the home of Tulsa philanthropists George and Cookie Kaiser. Clinton’s campaign stated Tuesday that the former secretary of state will discuss her economic agenda at the public event, which has been scheduled for noon Friday.
The campaign says Clinton also plans to help drum up local support ahead of Oklahoma’s March 1 presidential primary election.
Vice President Joe Biden visited Tulsa last week for a private fundraiser for the Democratic National Committee.
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Clinton has raised about $141,000 in Oklahoma in her bid for the Democratic nomination, according to the Federal Election Commission records. Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush has raised the most in Oklahoma, with $195,000, followed by Ben Carson at $177,000 and Ted Cruz with $160,000.
Elections for the Oklahoma Presidential primary will be held March 1, 2016. You can find more information about the candidates on FortySix News 2016 Elections page.