Chelsea Clinton campaigned in Pittsburgh on Wednesday to encourage Pennsylvanians to vote for her mother, Hillary Clinton, in the April 26 primary.
The event was held at the Hillary for Pennsylvania organizing office at 216 North Highland Avenue in East Liberty.
"I hope that voters of any age, particularly young voters when they think about kind of what we want our country to look like, whether that's from an education perspective, a climate change perspective, a health care perspective, a national security perspective; I hope they'll look at what my mom is proposing versus other candidates," said Chelsea at Wednesday's campaign.
Chelsea Clinton said her mother would make a difference for families and veterans as president.
Channel 11 is told that there was only one disturbance when someone shouted from the crowd while Chelsea was speaking.
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