On Thursday, Hillary Clinton called for tougher gun laws following a mass shooting in San Bernardino, California that left 14 people dead and 21 injured. Clinton called for stricter requirements at three separate events in New Hampshire. The first was during a visit to a small business in Nashua, and the second event was the Women’s Economic Opportunity Summit in Manchester, and the final event was a town hall in Dover. She said that the shooting was beginning to look like an act of terrorism, but she is waiting for the investigation. She also cautioned against the growing distrust of Islam saying, “It’s important to remember, the vast majority of Muslim Americans are just as concerned and heartbroken about this as anyone else.” At the events in Manchester and Dover, Clinton took questions from the audience on a wide variety of topics and platform issues. Full videos from today’s events will be posted when/if available.
Following her trip to New Hampshire, Clinton headed to Boston, Massachusetts where she attended a private fundraiser hosted by Elaine and Bobby Sager. As with all private fundraisers, the event was closed to the public.