UPDATE: We know more about Hillary Clinton’s visit to Scranton next week.
The Democratic presidential candidate and Vice President Joe Biden plan to be at Riverfront Sports next Friday.
The place is along West Olive Street just outside of downtown Scranton.
SCRANTON -- Presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is set to campaign in the Scranton area next Friday, July 8 and she will be joined by none other than Vice President Joe Biden.
Both are no strangers to the Scranton area as both claim childhood roots here.
"I think it's really important for the people around here who know that her family's from here and obviously the vice president being from here we have an opportunity to see them," said Hillary supporter Jessica Rothchild.
In downtown Scranton, the Young Democrats of Lackawanna County held an evening meeting with the Democratic convention now just a month away.
Clinton’s opponent Bernie Sanders remains in the race vowing to stay through the convention. At the meeting Thursday, there was a divide between the supporters of the two candidates.
"Well, I am a delegate for Bernie Sanders so I support him all the way through the convention, I support his platform," explained Bernie supporter Jude Mandarano.
Rothchild added, "I am a personal supporter of Hillary so I`m very much so looking forward to her coming."
With Donald Trump appearing to be the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, these young Democrats say they'll need to work on party unity following the outcome of their convention in Philadelphia and start focusing on November.
"Right now, I think we can all agree, at least the democratic party, members of the democratic party can agree that the worst case scenario would be a Donald Trump presidency," said Anthony Disdler a Hillary supporter.
"As for the young democrats, you know we'll support whoever the nominee is," added Rothchild.
“You got to remember, us as Democrats got to work together. We may be separated at the moment but we have to come together,” explained Bernie Sanders supporter Seth Skversky. “Because after November, we still need to stand up for social security and Medicaid reforms, we still need to get some form of gun safety regulations.”