Bill and Hillary Clinton speak to local voters at NH primary rally
Hillary Clinton and Bill Clinton on Thursday night spoke to a crowd of about 500 voters in the rural town of Highland, NH, about their efforts to get the state to vote for them in the November election.
Clinton, who is the Democratic nominee, said that the Clinton Foundation had contributed $100 million to state candidates and had a $50 million loan guarantee that has been used for hundreds of projects.
“In 2016 we have a lot of work to do, but we are going to do it,” Clinton said.
“We are going, we are doing our best to win this state and to win it by a landslide.
Clinton said the campaign is working to get a lot more people on the rolls of registered voters and was proud that the state has more registered voters than it did in 2012, when it was still a Democratic stronghold. “
I’m very proud of them.”
Clinton said the campaign is working to get a lot more people on the rolls of registered voters and was proud that the state has more registered voters than it did in 2012, when it was still a Democratic stronghold.
“It is a state that I’ve won twice and I’m proud of it,” he said.
Clinton also said that in addition to raising money, the Clinton Health Access Initiative has been able to raise $3 million through donations from the pharmaceutical industry.
“That’s why we need all the help we can get to get more people to the polls,” he added.
The Clinton campaign did not release the names of the people who spoke at the rally, but a number of the attendees said they were former Gov.
Martin O’Malley, who had endorsed the former secretary of state in the Democratic primary.
O’Malley is not running for reelection.
He did not respond to a request for comment.