Hillary Clinton campaigned in Philadelphia Monday, with an event at Temple University aimed at addressing the concerns of millennial voters..

The Democratic presidential nominee took the stage at Mitten Hall shortly before 12:30 p.m.

Early in her remarks, Clinton addressed topics that have been top concerns of younger voters, including education, debt and affordable child care.

Clinton sought to contrast herself with Donald Trump, telling the crowd that her Republican opponent had normalized hate speech. She also acknowledged that people "may still have some questions about me" and asked undecided voters to give both candidates a fair hearing.

"I will never be the showman my opponent is," she said.

Clinton later criticized racial discrimination at Trump's businesses, his retweeting of posts from white supremacists and his role in the birther movement.

She also spoke about her past and women who had inspired her.

Clinton vowed that young people would have a seat at the table in her White House, and encouraged attendees to head to the ballot box on Election Day.

Crowds had lined up at the site well in advance of the candidate's arrival.

Before the speech, attendees weighed in on what they hoped Clinton would address in her remarks:

The event comes less than a week after President Obama campaigned for his former secretary of state in a rally at Eakins Oval.

Clinton herself has already held multiple events in in Philadelphia. She kicked off her general election campaign with a rally, also at Temple University, the day after the Democratic National Convention ended and appeared at a voter-registration event in West Philadelphia last month.