Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton begins her third consecutive day of campaigning in Southern California–today in Orange County.
Clinton will speak in Orange County this morning, later in Salinas, and will appear nationwide this afternoon on the “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” in an interview, with comedic moments, that was taped Tuesday before a live studio audience.
She has spoken at fundraisers, union meetings, and events held across Los Angeles, Orange County and Riverside County including this morning’s 10:15 a.m. “organizing event” with the United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 324 in Buena Park.
She spoke at fundraisers in Holmby Hills and Hancock Park on Monday, then held events Tuesday in South Los Angeles, Commerce and Riverside.
68-year-old Clinton said during a rally in Commerce on Tuesday that she would push to put Americans back to work. The standing-room only crowd listened to her speak on jobs, income levels, and infrastructure.
“We’ve got to get incomes rising,” she shared with the Commerce crowd. “We’ve got to get more good jobs. And here’s how we’re going to do it: We’re going to do it by investing — investing in infrastructure, manufacturing, clean energy. Because some country is going be the clean-energy superpower. It’s going to be either Germany, China or us. I want it to be us.”