SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Hillary Clinton is going on tour to promote her new book about the 2016 election. But it appears the former Democratic presidential nominee won’t make many stops in California, where she won the state by double digits.

According to a press release from Simon & Schuster, which is publishing Clinton’s new book “What Happened,” Clinton is going on a 15-city tour this fall.

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In the book, Clinton goes into detail about her personal experiences during the 2016 campaign against Donald Trump. She also discusses what got her through the loss last November.

In an advanced excerpt of the book, Clinton said Trump’s demeanor during a debate made her so uncomfortable, she said, “my skin crawled.”

The former presidential nominee will hold a live appearance at the University of California, Davis on October 9th. Clinton is scheduled to make a book signing at Books Inc. in San Francisco on October 6th.

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According to the California Secretary of State, Clinton defeated Trump by 4.27 million votes in the Golden State last fall and won all Bay Area counties by double digits. During the campaign, Clinton made several trips to California to fundraise.

Clinton plans to visit Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin during the tour, three states in the so-called “blue wall” that Barack Obama won twice but went to Trump in 2016.

The publisher said additional events and book signings “will be announced in the coming weeks,” but did not go into detail where these events would take place.

“What Happened” will be released on September 12th.

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