MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Democratic front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton is stopping into South Florida on Tuesday trying to build grass-roots support and raise money.
Clinton will attend an event at the home of major Democratic fundraiser Chris Korge, according to an invitation.
She is also scheduled to be in Orlando on Wednesday for what her campaign describes as a “grassroots organizing event.”
Clinton is also scheduled to travel to Tampa for an event the same day at the home of politician Alex Sink. It’s titled Conversation with Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Clinton’s last stop into South Florida was in October when she launched her initiative “Latinos for Hillary.”
Her most recent visit comes a day after the latest release of Clinton’s private emails showing her, as secretary of state, dealing with the complicated politics of the Arab Spring, fending off questions about her role in the deadly 2012 Benghazi attacks and attempting to navigate an intensifying conflict between Israel and Palestine.
They also give a glimpse into the private side of one of the world’s most public people.Clinton’s notes show her searching for videos on how to do a “fishtail bun” hairstyle and struggling to locate Showtime on her television. (She wanted to watch the CIA-centered drama “Homeland.”) She schedules — and reschedules — flights, meals and hair styling appointments. And as she flies around the globe — logging 956,733 miles over her tenure — she tries to keep track of the time zone.
The roughly 7,800 pages of emails released Monday were part of a court-ordered disclosure of correspondence sent from the private server Clinton used while she was secretary of state.
Clinton, now the front-runner for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, has faced questions about whether her unusual email setup was sufficient to ensure the security of government information and retention of records. Included in the most recent batch was an email that Intelligence Community Inspector General I. Charles McCullough III and State Department Inspector General Steve Linick deemed classified in July.
At least two Senate committees are still investigating Clinton’s email arrangement and seeking the release of correspondence from her top aides. The FBI is also investigating the security of Clinton’s private email setup.
Two-thirds of Clinton’s 30,000 work-related emails are now at least partially in the public eye — minus numerous redactions by the State Department.
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The Associated Press and News Service of Florida contributed to this report.