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Clinton supporters plan counter-event near Trump rally in Greeley

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GREELEY, Colo. — Supporters of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton are planning to hold a news conference just before Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump holds a rally in Greeley on Sunday.

According to organizers, State Rep. Dave Young, congressional candidate Bob Seay, Greeley City Councilwoman Rochelle Galindo and former Colorado first lady Dottie Lamm will appear at the event at 12:30 p.m. at the James A. Michener Library.

The library, located at 14th Avenue and 20th Street, is north of Bank of Colorado Arena on the University of Northern Colorado campus, where the Trump rally is scheduled to take place.

The speakers plan to “highlight the stark difference between Colorado’s values of inclusiveness and opportunity for all and Trump’s record of pitting Americans against each other,” organizers said in a statement.

“From boasting about sexual assault to attacking a Gold Star family, Trump has demonstrated time and time again that he lacks the experience and temperament to be president,” organizers said. “In contrast, Hillary Clinton has spent her career fighting for women and children and is focused on building an America that is stronger together with an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top.”

Trump’s event starts at 4 p.m. and doors open at 1 p.m.

The appearance is part of a late push ahead of the Nov. 8 election by the Trump campaign.