Chelsea Clinton, the daughter of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, spoke to LGBT voters in the key swing state of North Carolina on Saturday.

“In my heart, this is the most consequential election of my lifetime,” she told a crowd of more than 200 people, according to the Washington Blade.

The event was held at the AvidXchange Music Factory and was sponsored by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation's largest LGBT rights advocate.

Clinton told the audience about an 8-year-old girl's fear that her gay father will have to go back into the closet if Donald Trump, Clinton's rival, wins Tuesday's election.

“We have to prove that love trumps hate is not just a statement,” Clinton said.

Hillary Clinton returns to North Carolina on Tuesday for a midnight rally in Raleigh.