Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton will be in Florida throughout the day Wednesday.
Clinton, the leader for Democratic nomination, will begin her day at a fundraiser in Tampa at the home of Alex Sink before heading to Orlando and South Florida.
More than 100 people are expected to attend the private event in Tampa, dubbed "A Conversation with Hillary Clinton." The media is not invited to the event, but according to Clinton's press office, she will discuss issues that "keep Floridians up at night."
Among the topics Clinton has spoken about during recent stump stops are the economy, helping the middle class and women's issues.
The event is being held at the Thonotosassa home of Sink, a longtime Clinton supporter. Sink, Florida's former chief financial officer, ran and lost against Gov. Rick Scott in 2010.
Sink also ran an unsuccessful campaign against Congressman David Jolly last year.
"I believe she's the strongest and the best candidate and the person who can be a great leader for America," Sink said of Clinton. "And some of her supporters asked if I would host an event for her, and I said: "Absolutely, just tell me when."
Clinton will speak at Sink's home just after 9 a.m.
Clinton will then travel to Orlando and Jacksonville before ending her day in Miami tonight.
Clinton will head to Orlando for the middle part of the day
Clinton's campaign said the rally at the Meadow Woos Recreation Center in south Orange County will focus on jobs and the economy.
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Amanda Renteria, who is Clinton's national political director, said the top Democratic presidential candidate will talk about "Hard Hats for Hillary," a new program that supports the labor industry.
Clinton's campaign states the country needs stronger growth, and that comes from investing in infrastructure, clean energy and medical research.
Part of Clinton's infrastructure investment agenda highlights tax relief to working families and small businesses. The Clinton campaign also promotes raising the minimum wage to $12 an hour.
"The reality is, as she said from the beginning of this campaign, our mission is how do we raise wages, how do we make sure middle class folks have a higher paycheck?" Renteria said.
Aubrey Jewett, a political science professor at the University of Central Florida, said that message may play well in the Central Florid area.
"Unemployment and the economy and raising the minimum wage because Central Florida is such a low-wage area in a low-wage state, (and they are) crucial and critical issues for our area," Jewett said.
Earlier this week, more of Clinton's private emails from her time as secretary of state were released.
Clinton has come under fire for her unusual email setup and if it was sufficient to protecting government information.
Clinton's event in Windermere, where she will attend a fundraiser at the home of the designer of I-Drive's future Skyplex, is closed to the public.
The public is invited to attend the 1 p.m. campaign rally by sending an RSVP on Clinton's campaign website.