Madeleine Albright, the first female U.S. secretary of state, campaigned for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in Over-the-Rhine.
CINCINNATI -- Latest to visit the battleground Buckeye State is former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, who stopped by Coffee Emporium Tuesday to campaign for Democratic Nominee Hillary Clinton.
Albright -- the first female Secretary of State in U.S. history -- specifically mentioned Clinton's work with children and her experience as Secretary of State under President Obama.
"Secretary Clinton restored America's reputation abroad after the war in Iraq and the way the previous administration had behaved," Albright said.
Around 100 people attended the event Tuesday morning.
Like former President Bill Clinton did last week, Albright also encouraged people to take advantage of early voting to "secure a Clinton win in Ohio."
"I've had a fascinating time in Ohio," she said. "It's clearly a vital state and we all have to work very hard and make very clear that this is a vote that counts."
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