Hillary Clinton to come to NJ to campaign for Murphy

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Hillary Clinton will campaign for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Phil Murphy days after former President Barack Obama also campaigned for him.

The Associated Press obtained a copy of an invitation to the Sunday event in Harrison. Comedian Whoopi Goldberg will also be there.

Individual tickets for the event featuring the 2016 presidential nominee are listed at $1,000, but the invitation asks potential guests to consider giving the top contribution, $4,300.

The event will not be open to the press, a condition Republican candidate Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno’s campaign had issue with.

"We've called on Phil Murphy to release a full transcript of Hillary Clinton's speech given behind closed doors to high dollar donors. What's he hiding?” a spokesman for the Guadagno campaign said in a statement.

Murphy has also held campaign events with former Vice President Joe Biden. Guadagno has not held any campaign events with top GOP members.

Election Day will be Tuesday, Nov. 7.

The Associated Press wire services contributed to this report.

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