Clinton, Kaine head to Ohio’s capital, Trump on their heels

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Hillary Clinton and her running mate, Tim Kaine, will be in Columbus on Sunday, and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will be right on their heels with a Monday town hall meeting.

The Democratic presidential nominee’s campaign says Clinton and Kaine will have a 2:45 p.m. rally Sunday. They were scheduled to be in Youngstown on Saturday evening after their bus tour hit Ohio, but plans to work in a Cleveland stop Sunday were scrapped.

Trump’s campaign Saturday announced a Monday afternoon session at Greater Columbus Convention Center, his second Ohio visit in less than a week.

The Clinton-Kaine bus tour started Friday in Philadelphia after a rally at Temple University.


This story has been corrected to show that the Philadelphia rally was at Temple University, not Independence Mall.