Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonTop Dem: Trump's falsehoods will hurt relations with Congress Secret Service agent wrote she wouldn't take a bullet for Trump GOP rep: 'Plausible' that 3 million fraudulent votes were cast MORE will campaign with Virginia gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe (D) this weekend. 

It will be Clinton's her first public campaign event since she left the Obama administration in February.

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Clinton will officially endorse McAuliffe at a "Women for Terry" event in Northern Virginia on Saturday afternoon, McAuliffe's campaign announced. This will be the former secretary of State's third event for McAuliffe, after hosting two fundraisers, and her first public campaign stop in years.

The Clintons have long been close with McAuliffe. He headed the Democratic National Committee while President Clinton was in office and was a top fundraiser for Hillary Clinton's 2008 presidential campaign.

Clinton, a potential 2016 presidential candidate, has kept a relatively low profile since stepping down as secretary of State, though in recent weeks she's been more active, with high-profile appearances at the Clinton Global Initiative and the American Bar Association's annual conference.