MISSOULA –Before he makes his trip to Billings, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will begin the day in Missoula Wednesday, May 11.
Doors open at 10 a.m. to “A Future to Believe in Missoula Rally.”
This event is free and open to the public, but the campaign suggests attendees RSVP because admission is first come, first served.
General admission can enter from the north side of the pavilion.
Campaign officials say he plans to speak about getting big money out of politics, his plan for tuition-free public colleges and universities, combating climate change and health care.
Sanders and Hillary Clinton’s continue to face-off on the campaign trail. She currently holds 2,229 with Sanders at 1,453.
Twenty-one delegates and six super-delegates are up for grabs in Montana.