Chelsea Clinton campaigns for her mother Hillary in Raleigh
Posted March 13, 2016
RALEIGH, N.C. — The woman who grew up while living in the White House is stumping for her mother Hillary Clinton in North Carolina.
Chelsea Clinton visited an elementary school and the South's oldest historically black university in Raleigh on Sunday. She was trying to remind voters to get to the polls for Tuesday's primary election, in which Hillary Clinton is running for the Democratic Party's presidential nomination.
North Carolina is one of five states holding presidential preference elections on Tuesday.
The Clinton campaign says Chelsea Clinton will discuss issues including making college more affordable and gun violence. She'visited A.B. Combs Elementary School and Shaw University.
She also discussed her mother’s support for students in elementary school through college
“What is she going to do to help HBCU’s like Shaw and help students so they’re not crushed with debt, what is she doing to do to help us get back to a culture of more love and kindness and respect,” she said.
The 36-year-old was just 12 when she moved into the White House with her parents.