Hillary Clinton announces campaign stop in Cleveland

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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at the South Los Angeles Get Out The Vote Rally at Leimert Park Village Plaza on June 6, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. The presidential hopeful is attending a series of campaign stops on the eve of the California presidential primary election, where polls indicate a close divide between Clinton supporters and those of Democratic rival Senator Bernie Sanders. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

CLEVELAND– Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will be in Cleveland next week.

On Tuesday, her campaign announced an appearance in Cleveland on June 13. Clinton is scheduled to speak in Pittsburgh the following day.

Specifics about her visits in Ohio and Pennsylvania have not been released.

Clinton secured enough delegates to become the Democratic Party’s nominee Monday night with a victory in Puerto Rico over Sen. Bernie Sanders. The former Secretary of State also received support from superdelegates.

Clinton will officially accept the nomination during the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia in July.

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