Clinton campaign reaches out to young voters, brings in star power

KEENE, N.H. (WHDH) - Chelsea Clinton was in New Hampshire Friday to campaign for her mother at colleges while her mother was joined by celebrities at a Cleveland rally that evening.

Chelsea Clinton made stops at “Get Out the Vote” events at Keene State College and Dartmouth College. She made her appeal to young voters, a group her mother is fighting hard to win over, especially in the battleground state of New Hampshire. Clinton told students how important it is that they vote on Tuesday, calling this year’s election “the most important election in my lifetime.”

“I’m going to do everything I can to defeat Donald and elect my mom,” said Clinton.

The democratic presidential candidate was in Cleveland Friday evening, where she was joined by Beyonce and Jay-Z.

Earlier Friday, Hillary Clinton was in Pittsburgh with billionaire and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, who is a Pittsburgh native. Hillary Clinton answered to some of Trump’s most recent attacks, saying the debates prove she has the stamina to be president.

“If you elect me on Tuesday, that is the kind of president I will be. Listening, working, finding common ground,” Hillary Clinton told the crowd in Pittsburgh.

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