Clinton Stops in Portland, Maine

Hillary Clinton waves to supporters during a campaign event on Friday, Sept. 18, at King Middle School in Portland.
Hillary Clinton waves to supporters during a campaign event on Friday, Sept. 18, at King Middle School in Portland.

On Friday, Hillary Rodham Clinton made a campaign stop in Portland, Maine. Speaking at an event at King Middle School, Clinton spoke about a wide variety of topics, and she attacked Republicans for calling for failed policies of the past. She also spoke about investing in green energy and choosing Supreme Court justices. Yesterday in New Hampshire, Clinton spoke at length about her plans to help those suffering from addiction. She, again, addressed the issue because heroin is an issue in the northeast. She said, “I did not think I’d be talking about substance abuse in my presidential campaign until I started campaigning. Everywhere I go, people ask me, ‘what are you going to do about the heroin epidemic?’” A full video of the event is below.

Today, Clinton also made two stops in New Hampshire. Full coverage of those events will be posted later. Tomorrow, Clinton has one stop in New Hampshire before going to Washington, D.C. to attend the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Dinner. For all the latest, follow our Scheduled Events page and follow Clinton on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

News Source: Bangor Daily News

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