HELENA – Former President Bill Clinton will be back in Montana on Tuesday night, campaigning for his wife in Kalispell.
The former president will attend a “Solutions for America” event at 7:30 p.m. outdoors behind Blake Hall at Flathead Valley Community College’s Arboretum. The campaign trip will be Bill Clinton’s third to Montana this year.
Over the weekend, he was in Billings wooing Democrats at an annual Yellowstone County dinner. Last month, he stumped in Havre, Great Falls, Helena and Butte.
Both Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barrack Obama continue to fight it out in Montana, home of the nation’s last primary on June 3. Both have opened campaign offices, and Obama has begun airing TV and radio ads in the state.
At stake in the state’s primary are 16 delegates to the Democratic national convention.
Tuesday’s event is free and open to the public.
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