Hillary Clinton Draws Crowd of Supporters in SF

Dozens of HIllary Clinton supporters held signs outside Moscone that read "I'm Ready for Hillary"

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    Will she, or won't she? Hillary Clinton headlined two big events Saturday night in San Francisco, and everyone wants to know--will she run for the White House in 2016? NBC Bay Area's Chase Cain reports from San Francisco. (Published Sunday, Nov 10, 2013)

    Former Secretary of State and potential presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was in San Francisco Saturday for two events.

    The first is a speech at the National Association of Realtors convention at the Moscone Center.

    Hillary Clinton Draws Crowds of Supporters in SF

    [BAY] Hillary Clinton Draws Crowds of Supporters in SF
    Former Secretary of State and potential presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was in San Francisco Saturday for two events--with lots of support from the crowds. NBC Bay Area's Chase Cain reports. (Published Saturday, Nov 9, 2013)

    The convention is expected to draw 22,000 people although it was not clear how many would be there to see Clinton.

    A rally was held outside Moscone by Clinton supporters who wanted to show their support in an attempt  to urge her to run for president in the 2016 presidential election.

    They held signs that read "I'm Ready for Hillary"

    The second stop is a fundraiser at the Regency Ballroom in the City.

    It benefits the Clinton Foundation's Millennial Network.

    The event is aimed at younger voters and daughter Chelsea will be alongside her mom.

    Chelsea and Hillary Clinton spent Saturday morning in Southern California. 

    Hillary Clinton tweeted that she was "talking about how we can empower the next generation," during her LA appearance.