Sen. Bernie Sanders will appear with Hillary Clinton at a Tuesday morning rally in New Hampshire, their campaigns said Monday.
Sanders, who nominally remains a candidate for the Democratic nomination, is expected to formally throw his support behind Clinton during the event at Portsmouth High School, CNN reported. He has so far declined to endorse the presumptive Democratic nominee.
In a statement, the campaigns made no mention of a possible endorsement but said Sanders’ appearance would “discuss their commitment to building an America that is stronger together and an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top.”
But Sanders has largely ceased campaigning since the final primaries in June, focusing instead on pushing the Democratic Party’s platform to the left on issues including the minimum wage and health care.