Hillary Clinton is scheduled to visit St. Louis Park on Sunday, Oct. 27, as part of Beth El Synagogue's national speaker series.
Clinton, President Obama's former secretary of state, has long been seen as a likely candidate to seek the Democratic nomination to succeed him in 2016.
The former U.S. senator and first lady ultimately lost the nomination to Obama in 2008, and has not denied that she plans to run again.
Clinton's speech is set for 7 p.m. at the synagogue. Ticket prices range from $100 for general admission to $500 for preferred seating.
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