Progressive heavyweights Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are slated to campaign for Hillary Clinton in the final full week before the general election.
Warren, a US Senator from Massachusetts, on Wednesday will campaign for Senate candidate Catherine Cortez Masto and Democrats up and down the ticket in Carson City and Reno, Nevada, according to the Clinton campaign.
Warren will speak about Clinton’s plans for the economy and immigration, and will also “urge grassroots supporters and students to volunteer in the final days” before the election, according to a statement from the campaign.
Sanders, a US Senator from Vermont, will make three campaign stops on Tuesday. He’s slated to speak at Plymouth State University at 12 p.m.; Dartmouth College in Hanover at 2:30 p.m.; and at Deering High School in Portland at 6:30 p.m., according to the campaign.
He’s expected to hit on familiar talking points, such as raising the minimum wage, combating climate change, and making public colleges tuition-free.