ATLANTA - Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is in Atlanta campaigning, ahead of the state's Super Tuesday primary next week. Clinton was also seen enjoying a cup of coffee after the rally at Octane Coffee in Grant Park. What did Madam Secretary order? It seems a cappuccino is her caffeinated beverage of choice.
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Clinton's first stop was a rally at Atlanta City Hall.
The Clinton Campaign said she hopes to encourage Georgians to take advantage of early voting, which ends Friday evening.
The March 1 Super Tuesday is when Republicans and Democrats will award hundreds of delegates in 11 states. One U.S. territory also is to participate on the Democratic side Tuesday. Georgia is holding its primaries along with Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont and Virginia.
The state has the second highest number of delegates at stake for both parties, behind Texas.
Along with Clinton's appearance in Atlanta on Friday, Republican Senators Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio will be in our area on Saturday. Monday, Donald Trump will make a stop at Valdosta State.
Marco Rubio will be in Kennesaw February 27 for a rally, discussing keeping American safe.
Marco Rubio and special guest Asa Hutchinson will be in Atlanta for a rally February 29, at Intercontinental Buckhead in Atlanta. Senator Rubio will talk about his vision for a New American Century.