PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The campaign trail will run through Pittsburgh once again next week when First Lady Michelle Obama visits Pittsburgh to campaign for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.

The First Lady will stop in Pennsylvania on Wednesday, Sept. 28.

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She is set to make appearances at public Democratic Party events in both Pittsburgh and Philadelphia.

The Clinton campaign says Obama will be urging Pennsylvanians to support the Democratic ticket and also talking about the importance of registering to vote.

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A specific time and location have yet to be announced.

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On the Republican side, it has been announced that Donald Trump will be in Pittsburgh Thursday where he will speak at a Shale Insight conference.