ORONO, Maine — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s daughter says this election is “the most consequential” of her lifetime.

Chelsea Clinton visited the University of Maine on Thursday to urge voters to support her mom’s bid to become the first woman to be elected president.

She went over her mother policy positions and answered questions while wearing a designer T-shirt with the words, “Proud to support Mme (Madame) President.”

The appearance was in Maine’s 2nd Congressional District, where Republican Donald Trump aims to win at least one of Maine’s four electoral votes.

Clinton sent former primary challenger Bernie Sanders to Bangor last week and Trump will rally there Saturday. Maine splits its electoral votes by district, allowing a candidate to win a district even if he or she loses the statewide vote.