Details released ahead of Vice President Joe Biden’s visit to Northeast Ohio

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Vice President Joe Biden appears at a rally with Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton at Riverfront Sports athletic facility on August 15, 2016 in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The event was Biden's first with Clinton on the campaign trail. Clinton focused her speech on the economy and bringing jobs to the key swing state of Pennsylvania. (Photo by Mark Makela/Getty Images)

PARMA, Ohio– Vice President Joe Biden will be in Northeast Ohio on Thursday to stump for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

Biden will appear at UAW 1714 on Salt Springs Road in Warren at 11 a.m. Then he’ll speak at the UAW Local 1005 hall on Chevrolet Boulevard in Parma at 5:45 p.m.

(If you are interested in attending the Parma event, click here)

Biden is expected expected to explain the stakes in the upcoming election and advocate for Clinton’s economic plan.

Clinton was at John Marshall High School in  Cleveland on Aug. 17, where she discussed education and improving the nation’s infrastructure.

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UAW Local 1005 Hall

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