CLEVELAND - The Ohio primary is Tuesday and the Clinton campaign is taking full advantage of the remaining days before the all important election to visit the state.
Hillary Clinton hosted an event at the Olivet Institutional Baptist Church Saturday evening. She started out by encouraging people to vote in Ohio's primary on Tuesday and spoke about the canceled rally in Chicago for GOP rival Donald Trump.
Hillary Clinton sat down for an exclusive one-on-one interview with FOX 8's own Stefani Schaefer.
after the event.
"We will always have our differences," Clinton said during her speech. "But the ugly, divisive rhetoric from Donald Trump and the encouragement of violence and aggression is not only wrong, it is dangerous. If you play with matches, you start a fire you can't control. That's not leadership, that's political arson."
There was an outburst of shouting by someone in the crowd, but the former Secretary of State smiled and then continued with her remarks.
Clinton spoke about education, job creation and gun violence. She also spent much of her time addressing the state of race relations in this country, giving credit to the late Congressman Louis Stokes.
Earlier Saturday, she was in Columbus and will travel to Youngstown later in the evening.
Meanwhile, her husband, former President Bill Clinton will be making three campaign stops in the state on Saturday. He was in Akron at 4 p.m.
Bill Clinton has other stops in Cincinnati, and Toledo with Gabby Giffords and Mark Kelly.