In support of veteran prosecutor and Democratic State Attorney General candidate Kathleen Kane, President Bill Clinton will attend a major “Get Out the Vote” Rally, this Thursday, April 12, from 6 – 8 p.m. at .
According to a recent press release on the visit, the rally follows President Clinton’s recent endorsement of Kathleen Kane as Pennsylvania’s first elected female Attorney General.
“Kathleen Kane is the most experienced and qualified candidate to serve as Pennsylvania Attorney General,” President Clinton said in the release. “I am confident that Kathleen will use the legal system to protect and advance the lives of all Pennsylvanians. She is smart, tough and experienced, and she will make a great Attorney General.”
Kane, a veteran deputy district attorney for Lackawanna County in northeast Pennsylvania, said she is greatly appreciative of President Clinton’s strong show of support for her candidacy.
“Words cannot express my gratitude to President Clinton for his unwavering support,” Kane said in a press release. “President Clinton remains an enormously popular and influential world leader. Our campaign is incredibly energized by the president’s support. We intended to ride this wave of momentum to victory on Tuesday, April 24, and in the November general election. We also look forward to having President Clinton at our side throughout this historic journey."
Upper Moreland School District also sent out an announcement, via its Virtual Backpack online information network.
The announcement states that the Committee to Elect Kathleen Kane is paying for all costs associated with the rental of district facilities. It also states that the public is encouraged to attend the event.
“Please consider coming out and bringing your children to see democracy in action,” said the release.