LEWISBURG, Pa. -- Former President Bill Clinton will visit Bucknell University at 11:15 a.m. Sunday, April 13, to speak on behalf of his wife and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. The talk will be held in Sojka Pavilion.
Doors will open at 10:15 a.m. Entrance and seating will be first-come, first-served. The talk, which is sponsored by Bucknell's College Democrats, also will be simulcast in Trout Auditorium.
If you plan to attend, please note the following:
- No bags larger than a small purse will be permitted to enter the building. Please do not plan to enter with such a bag. This includes backpacks, knapsacks, fanny packs, camera bags, and all other bags larger than a small purse.
- Small purses will be searched before being allowed to enter the building.
- Handheld cameras -- still and video -- are permitted. Camera bags, however, as noted above, are not.
Please check this Web site for updates.
Several surrogates representing the campaigns of Hillary Clinton and her Democratic opponent Barack Obama have visited Bucknell over the past several weeks.
All candidates invited
Bucknell President Brian C. Mitchell has invited all of the presidential candidates from all parties to speak at the University. Bucknell does not endorse any candidate or party but encourages engagement in the democratic process and critical thinking and analysis of the candidates and the issues.
Bill Clinton was the 42nd president of the United States, serving from 1993 to 2001. Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton visited Bucknell on April 3.
Contact: Office of Communications
Posted April 11, 2008
Updated April 12, 2008
Updated April 13, 2008