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Hillary Clinton Coming to Falls Church Saturday for McAuliffe Campaign

How the campaign stop will impact traffic in Falls Church.

Hillary Clinton photo courtesy of State Department
Hillary Clinton photo courtesy of State Department
Hillary Clinton is coming to Falls Church Saturday afternoon to endorse Terry McAuliffe for governor. The appearance will be Clinton's first public campaign event since leaving the Obama administration.

The event takes place at 2 p.m. at The State Theatre. Doors open to the public at 1 p.m. Tickets were available earlier in the week at the Team Terry Field Office, 6354-A Springfield Plaza, in Springfield.

For more details, read our earlier story on Clinton's visit here:
For information on how the visit will impact local traffic, read:
Kim McCoy October 19, 2013 at 01:09 PM
Mary Ann Barton, I see you reposted this story so as to remove the negative comments... October 15, 2013 at 11:00 AM Fantastic...Do you think she's going to explain her decision not to provide enough security at Benghazi that got 4 of our Americans killed? I think she will explain how she needed to use those tax-payer resources to arm our enemies in Syria, so sacrificing their lives was worth it....oh, what difference does it make now anyway, right?...or maybe, she'll will explain how her decision to stay with a serial adulterer all hinged on her overwhelming need for power and that staying in a sham marriage was the best way to attain that goal....or maybe, she'll finally tell the truth about what happened to Vince Foster....or maybe, she will just tell us that her character endorsement of Terry is really just quid pro quo for a fund-raising job well-done!...I can't wait to see the faces of those who support that pitiful excuse for a female "role model"....If she's a role model for women, then the female gender is truly in deep trouble....Margret Sanger anyone?

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