Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders are scheduled to talk about student debt and college affordability in New Hampshire.
The two are expected to campaign Wednesday at the Field House at the University of New Hampshire in Durham.
Clinton's campaign says she and Sanders will talk about how student debt should not hold Americans back after graduation. They also plan to discuss free in-state college educations for qualified families.
Polls have generally given Clinton an edge over Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in New Hampshire. Democratic U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren campaigned Saturday for Clinton in Manchester, Nashua and Durham.
The campaign said Clinton wants supporters to keep volunteering up until Election Day and get people they know to fill out a "Commit to Vote" card.