Hillary Clinton is returning to the campaign trail Sunday in New Jersey where wealthy fans can pay $4,300 for a photo with the former first lady.
Clinton will be stumping for Phil Murphy, the Democratic candidate for governor, at an event closed to the press, with actress Whoopi Goldberg also expected to attend.
General admission tickets, for those uninterested in a photo, cost $1,000, according to an invitation reported by NJ Advance Media.
Republican candidate Kim Guadagno is taking aim at the fact that Clinton will be speaking behind closed doors.
"We've called on Phil Murphy to release a full transcript of Hillary Clinton's speech given behind closed doors to high dollar donors. What's he hiding?" Guadagno's campaign said in a statement.
Clinton's appearance reportedly is her first campaign event since losing the 2016 election to President Trump.
With Election Day on Nov. 7, Democrats appear poised to regain the governorship after two terms of Republican Gov. Chris Christie, who leaves office deeply unpopular. Murphy has a significant polling lead.
On Thursday, former President Barack Obama also campaigned for Murphy, but reporters were allowed to cover his remarks.
Murphy's candidacy is remarkable in at least one respect. He has vowed to legalize recreational marijuana during his first 100 days in office, something that's never been done by a state without a referendum.