The Clinton campaign recently announced it would be making a pit stop in Terre Haute Thursday.
Although details are sketchy, the event is scheduled for the morning.
County resident Tony Jeffries said his son, Rick Jeffries, volunteered his limousine service to pick Clinton up from the airport.
"I'm going to go over and see her," Tony Jeffries said. "I'm glad to see her.
Tony Jeffries said he planned to see Clinton's rival, Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.), who spoke in Plainfield during the weekend, but was unable to attend the sold-out event.
On the other hand, resident Robert Bell said he would not be attending Thursday's festivities.
"I'd rather spend time with the kids," Bell said.
Clay County residents Jerry Lee and Cindy Schmitz agreed, but for various reasons.
"I might be interested, but I'm not going to be in town," Lee said. "I'm not a political person."
"Too many people are going," Schmitz said.
"And I just don't follow politics that closely."
Area resident Mona Rogers, however, said if she wasn't working Thursday, she would be there.
"I've got to work. I probably would have (gone)," Rogers said.
"I'm interested in what she has to say. It would have been kind of interesting to see one of them."
Sharaya Purkhiser said she may also have to work Thursday, but would be in Terre Haute if she did not have too.
"If I could, I would," Purkhiser said. "Because, personally, I think (Clinton) should be the president."