LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WHAS11) – Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer on Tuesday, April 26, endorsed Hillary Clinton for President, Clinton's campaign announced.

"I am thrilled to be supporting Hillary for President, and was excited to be at the launch yesterday evening of her Kentucky campaign headquarters," Fischer said, in an emailed statement. "Hillary Clinton has the experience, the understanding, the passion and the plans to give all Americans the tools and opportunities they need to succeed and thrive and to keep Americans safe at home and abroad."

The endorsement comes ahead of Kentucky's May 17 democratic primary.

"People are looking for a president who will deliver results that make a real difference in their lives. That’s Hillary Clinton," Fischer said. "As first lady, she helped get health care for 8 million children. As senator, she helped expand family leave for military families. As president, she’ll work to create good-paying jobs, fight for equal pay for women, and make sure all our kids get a good education no matter what zip code they live in. That's why I'm with her."

The endorsement came on the same days Clinton was making campaign stops in Indiana along with her husband, former President Bill Clinton.

Indiana's primary is May 3.