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Hillary Clinton is a step back in politics, this fall, when the headline of a number of Democratic National Committee Fundraiser, in an effort to raise money for candidates before the crucial midterm elections.

2016 Democratic presidential candidate, will headline events in New York, Chicago and San Francisco – the bill as “an intimate dinner with discussion” – as Democrats hope to increase their chances to be in control of the house and the Senate in November.

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Invitations for the first event in San Francisco next month was the beginning of this week.

“There has never been an important mid-term elections, and Secretary of state Clinton will do to lift your part, until the next generation of leadership,” Clinton spokesman Nick Merrill told NBC News, adding that he will not offer specifics about individual candidates, the former Secretary of state, the campaign for.

Since losing to Donald Trump, the 2016 presidential election, Clinton, for the most part, avoided open campaigning for democratic congressional candidates. Your outside of political organization, continue your journey Together, was doling out funds to Democrats running for seats in the congressional districts won in the year 2016.

Clinton is also planning the Fundraising activities for a number of women to run for Congress. Earlier this year, Clinton a fundraiser in New York for Lucy McBath, a gun-control activist who won the recently held the runoff in Georgia.

Some Democrats, though, resisted them on their return to the public stage last year for their tour promoting their 2016 campaign in which the party is experiencing is a memoir of loss for trombone upset and made a number of different factors.

The former President Barack Obama headlined a fundraising event in Washington earlier this summer, and his Minister of justice, Eric Holder was a guest at an event in Atlanta.

Fox News’ Tamara Gitt contributed to this report.

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