Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's campaign is set to open two offices in Chicago next week to drum up enthusiasm and support for her run ahead of the March 15 primary.
"With less than a month until the Illinois presidential primary election, the Clinton campaign plans to campaign in every corner of the city and state by enlisting hundreds of volunteers to Get Out The Vote," an anouncement from the campaign reads.
The Clinton camp will open offices on Chicago's South and North sides next Tuesday.
U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) was the first presisdential campaign to land in Illinois, having opened his office in Chicago's South Loop on Wednesday while Clinton held a fundraiser in the city. The Sanders campaign also held an Illinois launch party in Chicago last Saturday.