CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - The clock is winding down and there are just four days until the election. Ohio is a crucial swing state, so it makes sense that both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will spend time Friday in the Buckeye state.
Clinton is bringing superstar Jay Z to Cleveland to help her get voters to the polls in Ohio. A CBS source says that Beyonce will also appear.
The stars will perform at Cleveland State University's Wolstein Center Friday night as part of their Get Out the Vote (GOTV) effort.
The concert is aimed at millennial and African American voters in Cuyahoga County. Free tickets to the show were handed out last weekend at Clinton's campaign office.
Jay Z wrote about the concert on Twitter, saying "Let's make history (again). Thank you to the incredible artist dedicating their time this Friday!" He also added an Elie Wiesel quote.
Tickets are currently sold out at the campaign office and online.
Clinton will also encourage voters to take advantage of early voting in Ohio. This weekend is the last chance to vote early. Voters can find their early voting location at iwillvote.com/locate.
Several music megastars have been helping Clinton make the push to get out the vote to young voters including Katy Perry, John Legend and Pharrell.
The latest Quinnipiac University poll shows Donald Trump has a five point lead on Clinton in Ohio.
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