Bill Clinton to bring 'Solutions for America' tour to University Park

March 26, 2008

Former President Bill Clinton will make a campaign stop on Penn State's University Park campus on behalf of Hillary Clinton Thursday, March 27. Clinton will speak on "Solutions for America" at 8 p.m. in Rec Hall on the campus. Information about admission, parking and other details will be posted to this site as they are known. The stop is one of three on his schedule for Thursday. Clinton also will be at Dickinson College in Carlisle at 3:15 p.m., and at Lewistown Area High School at 5:45 p.m.

The event is free and open to the public. This not a ticketed event, but Rec Hall has a limited capacity and admittance is on a first-come, first-served basis so early arrival is recommended. LImited parking is available in the Nittany Parking Deck and in the Red A lot, which is the large parking lot across North Atherton Street from Rec Hall. The only entrance to the event will be the front doors by the Curtin-Burrowes intersection.

During this campaign, Bill Clinton also visited Penn State Brandywine on March 7. Sen. Hillary Clinton was at Penn State Fayette on Monday.

"As the presidential candidates criss-cross Pennsylvania leading up to the April 22 primary, our students are getting a wonderful opportunity to learn more about candidates and be part of the democratic process," said Bill Mahon, vice president for University Relations. "Penn State is the perfect place for discussions of issues affecting the nation, and this visit is part of our open-door policy for the campaigns of both parties' presidential candidates."

(Media Contacts)

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