Chelsea Clinton to campaign for her mom in swing state Ohio

CLEVELAND (AP) — Chelsea Clinton is set to campaign for her mother’s presidential primary bid in Ohio just days before early voting begins in the battleground state.

Democrat Hillary Clinton’s campaign says Chelsea Clinton plans to stop in Cleveland on Monday to talk to Ohioans about her mother and what’s at stake in the state’s March 15 primary.

Chelsea Clinton also is expected to raise money during a reception Monday at a private home in the Columbus suburb of Bexley. That event could cost donors anywhere from $500 to $2,700 each to attend.

Chelsea Clinton’s swing through Ohio comes as early voting for the primary begins on Feb. 17.

Hillary Clinton is competing against U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders for the Democratic presidential nomination. She won Ohio’s 2008 primary over President Barack Obama.