A busload of Hillary Clinton supporters from the Garden State will make their way to New Hampshire on Saturday to canvas ahead of that evening’s DNC debate.
According to New Jersey for Hillary organizer Kelly Stewart Maer, the group—which is being organized by Kivvit Managing Partner Maggie Moran—will depart from Rutgers University in New Brunswick at 6 a.m. on Saturday and return that same night. Maer said that the group will be mostly made up of students but there will also be some volunteers from throughout the state. She also said that some volunteers have opted to drive themselves and canvas on both Saturday and Sunday.
On Saturday, Clinton will take the stage at Goffstown, New Hampshire’s St. Anselm College with her two rivals for the Democratic bid for governor: Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley. The debate will air on ABC News.
The bus trip is free of charge and organizers will provide food to volunteers. According to Maer, the group is also considering another bus trip to New Hampshire in either January or February, closer to the state’s primary.