Bill Clinton to visit Immokalee on Tuesday

NAPLES, Fla. — Former president Bill Clinton will make an appearance from 3:30 p.m.- 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Immokalee Pioneer Museum, Hillary Clinton’s campaign said.

The museum is located at 1215 Roberts Ave. in Immokalee. Doors will open at 2:30 p.m. He was originally supposed to appear at the Immokalee Sports Complex, but the venue has changed.

Bill Clinton will rally support for his wife and speak about the economy and the November election. It’ll be his second appearance in Southwest Florida in a matter of weeks, coming on the heels of his Oct. 11 stop in Fort Myers.

That rally drew an overflow crowd of hundreds to the Riverside Community Center. By contrast, a pair of recent Donald Trump appearances in Southwest Florida — Sept. 19 at Germain Arena and Oct. 23 at the Collier County Fairgrounds — each drew thousands.

Hillary Clinton hasn’t been to Southwest Florida since receiving the Democratic presidential nomination, though she’s appeared in multiple other places around the state. She was in Coconut Creek, Lake Worth and Tampa within the past week.

No further information is immediately available.

Reporter:Kristin Sanchez
Writer:Chuck Myron