On Sunday, Bill Clinton campaigned for Hillary Clinton in Los Angeles, California where He spoke at a rally at the Los Angeles Trade – Technical College. During his speech, he praised California for passing an increased minimum wage and said that the was happy to be back in the state. He called Hillary the “biggest change-maker I’ve ever know” and spoke about a number of her platform points. He said that he knew she would be a quality president reasoning, “Forget about who I’m married to. Remember, I was president the last time we all rose together.” A video of his speech is below:
While in Los Angeles, Clinton also attended a fundraiser in the area. The event was hosted at the home of Sharon Nazarian. Meanwhile, in Austin, Texas, Senior Policy Advisor Jake Sullivan hosted a fundraiser. The event was held at WeWork and was hosted by Whurley.
News Source: Los Angeles Times