ATLANTA -- As one famous Clinton continues working to get back into the White House, another will be in Atlanta on Saturday.

Bill Clinton is expected to attend at least two events in the area including an early voting event in College Park at North Clayton High School.  The event starts at 2 p.m.

Hillary Clinton's campaign website also announces another event in Atlanta earlier in the day hosted by Mayor Kasim and Sarah-Elizabeth Reed, congressmen John Lewis and Hank Johnson, Andrew and Carolyn Young, Hank and Billye Aaron, Mack Wilbourn and Daniel and Sonya Halpern. 

However, the event is by reservation only. The site lists multiple tiers of funding - including a $2,700 Champion level that includes a photo-op with the former president.

Bernie Sanders, who is running against Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination in the presidential race is expected to be in Atlanta on Feb. 16 as part of his Historically Black College and University Tour, Morehouse officials have confirmed.

But Clinton won't be the only well-known political figure making his way through the state in the coming days. 

The event is scheduled for 7 p.m. that day at Forbes Arena.

Both politicians are coming through Georgia ahead of the March 1 Georgia "Super Tuesday" primary and after a debate just days before that had no clear winner.

Meanwhile, Republican candidates don't appear to be making plans to visit Georgia again in the coming week with a large focus on the South Carolina Republican primary on Feb. 20.

An examination of the candidates' websites for more information on scheduled events showed most if not all are focused on stops throughout the Palmetto State.