On Monday, Bill and Chelsea Clinton were on the campaign trail fundraising for Hillary’s campaign. Bill was in Florida where he attended a number of events on behalf of Hillary. She was originally scheduled to attend the events, but she cancelled to attend a number of campaign events across Nevada before this weekend’s caucus. In Florida, Bill attended a fundraiser at the Palm Beach home of Elaine and Gerald Schuster. Then, he attended a fundraiser held at Gary Nader Fine Art in Miami. Finally, in Boca Raton, he attended an event at the home of Helene and Roy Schwedelson.
While in Florida, Bill hosted one public event in Riviera Beach where he spoke about Clinton’s experience and qualifications for the presidency, but he also went after her rival Bernie Sanders (not by name) by saying that it was important for the Democratic Party to remain moderate and to not lean too far left. He cited the rift between the Republican Party and the more extreme Tea Party as an example that the Democrats do not want to follow. He also spoke about heath care, higher education, and immigration reform. A video of his speech is below.
Chelsea Clinton was also on the campaign trail on Monday making stops in Ohio and Pennsylvania. She began with morning event in Bexley, Ohio at the home of Susan Tomasky and Ron Ungvarsky. She then traveled to the Cleveland home of Judy Eigenfeld and Rick Maron. She wrapped up the evening with a fundraiser at the home of Kris and Robyn Jones
in Shavertown, Pennsylvania.
In Washington, DC, Senator Debbie Stabenow hosted a conversation on Capital Hill. The event is part of a series hosted by Hillary for America covering a number of platform topics. This evening’s topic was Agricultural policy.
News Source: Miami Herald