Hillary Clinton has canceled a fundraiser in Cincinnati Wednesday, a spokesman for her Ohio campaign said.
She was scheduled to attend the event at Mayor John Cranley's Hyde Park home.
It was not immediately clear when the event would be rescheduled.
She also canceled a fundraiser there Monday, due to the massacre shooting in Orlando.
The lowest ticket price to attend the fundraising event was going from $1,000 and to $33,400 per ticket.
The money is for the Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee.
Those donating or raising $10,000 could attend a "host reception" with Clinton while people who can donate or raise $33,400 can attend a "chair reception" with Clinton.
Cranley recently told media sources that he is very proud to support Hillary and he believes that her going up against trump won't be a close contest.
Trump's campaign hasn't responded to Cranley's statement.
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