HILLARY CLINTON Is Attending Cleveland Labor Day Parade – But Won’t Walk It… That Would Be Exhausting
Hillary Clinton will “participate” in the Cleveland Labor Day Parade on Monday but will not walk in the parade.
That would be exhausting.
That last parade was just too much.
She walked about four blocks and was a hot mess.
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and running mate Sen. Tim Kaine are scheduled to speak at the 11th Congressional District Community Caucus Labor Day Parade and Festival.
The parade, which will now start at 10 a.m. Monday, will step off at East 146th Street and Kinsman Avenue, the parade’s organizers said Saturday.
U.S. Rep. Marcia Fudge, a Warrensville Heights Democrat who represents the district, will lead the parade to the Kids Village and Senior Pavilion at Luke Easter Park, where residents can meet with elected officials and candidates.
Both Clinton and Kaine will speak at the festival after the parade, event co-chair Susan Hall said.
People who want to attend the speech will have to go through airport-like security, Hall said. Coolers, backpacks, large bags, chairs, umbrellas and other items will be prohibited, Hall said.
The annual event was started 45 years ago by the late Congressman Louis Stokes and features music, dancing and food. It serves as the traditional launch of the general election campaign season.