Hillary Clinton is planning her first campaign trip to Wisconsin.
The Democratic candidate is planning to speak at a "Women for Hillary" grassroots organizing meeting on Thursday in Milwaukee.
The event is being held at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee at Spaights Plaza. It starts at 5:30 p.m., but doors open at 4 p.m.
Clinton's campaign says she plans to discuss her record of fighting for women and families. Clinton has said that if elected president, she will protect funding for Planned Parenthood and support affordable birth control. She has also ensure all workers receive paid leave and fight for equal pay for women.