On Friday, Hillary Clinton spoke at two organizing events in New York. The first was in Buffalo, where Clinton first made stops at the Gates Vascular Institute where she toured the facility. Then, she attended an economic roundtable event at the Jacobs Institute. Finally, she held a public organizing event at the Pierce Arrow Museum. Clinton focused on the economy and her accomplishments as a New York Senator. During her speech, she praised the city saying, “There is no doubt in my mind that Buffalo is on the rise and Buffalo will have a great future.” Videos from the economic roundtable event and organizing event are below.
In Rochester, Clinton spoke to a crowd of supporters at Monroe Community College. During her speech, she spoke about a variety of issues facing the country including heath care and the rising cost of a college education. True to form, Clinton tailored her speech for Rochester saying, “I am happy to be back in the Rochester area because this is a place grew to admire and have such affection for during my time as your senator. What a history, but what an exciting future. There is a lot going on now in Rochester and we have to keep it going. You have two of the greatest universities in the entire world right here in Rochester.” A video of her speech is below.