TEMPE, AZ - Former President Bill Clinton is set to appear at a rally Wednesday in Tempe for Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Richard Carmona.
Carmona's campaign says Clinton will be at Arizona State University to kick off early voting in the state.
Voters can begin casting ballots on Thursday.
Gates for the event are expected to open at 8 p.m.
Carmona is facing Republican Rep. Jeff Flake in a battle to replace the retiring Sen. Jon Kyl.
The rally is free to the public but online registration at carmonaforarizona.com is required to get a ticket.
The rally will be held on ASU's Sun Devil Performance Lawn.
Rock band Jimmy Eat World, from the Valley, is scheduled to perform at the event.
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