Hillary Clinton turns her attention on New Jersey Wednesday with the first of several campaign stops by she and her family this week.

The Democratic presidential front runner, coming off a loss yesterday to Bernie Sanders in the West Virginia primary, will visit Camden County College in Blackwood during lunchtime for event at the school's Joseph Papiano gymnasium, according to her campaign.

Drivers in the area of the campus can expect delays and temporary road closures as Clinton makes her way to and from the campus on Peter Cheeseman Road. Attendees to the event will  face "airport-like security" outside the gymnasium, the campaign said in an announcement of the event. The doors open at 11 a.m.

Students taking their final exams are advised to arrive early but promises parking will be available for all students according to a post on the college's Facebook page.

Two more Clintons will campaign for Clinton on Friday. Former President Bill Clinton will make two campaign stops at unspecified locations in Ewing and Passaic County, while daughter Chelsea will campaign in Essex and Middlesex counties.

New Jersey's presidential primary is on Tuesday, June 7 with 142 delegates up for grabs.

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