BLACKWOOD, N.J. (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is coming to New Jersey ahead of next month's primary.
Clinton will appear Wednesday at a campaign event at Camden County College in Blackwood.
New Jersey Democrats go to the polls on June 7.
Clinton's visit comes after Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders campaigned this week in Atlantic City, assailing Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Clinton leads in the Democratic delegate count with 2,228, compared with Sanders' 1,454. The winner must get 2,383 delegates to claim the nomination.
There are 142 delegates at stake in New Jersey.
Clinton leads Sanders in public polls on the primary.