Bill Clinton Wraps Up Three Days of Campaigning in California


On Monday, Bill Clinton wrapped up a three day stretch on the campaign trail in California. He attended the three organizing events with the first being in Fresno. Speaking at Fresno State, Bill spoke about a number of Hillary’s platform points including her support for a higher minimum wage, comprehensive immigration reform, and continuing to grow the economy by adding new jobs. Speaking to a full student center, Bill asked for their support on June 7 when Californians go to the polls for their primary.

Bill then traveled to Stockton where he spoke to a group of supporters about a number of Hillary’s platform points and the importance of the 2016 election. He criticized presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump’s proposals and asked the crowd an important question, “Do you really think he’s going to be a force in raising working people’s incomes? We gotta do this together.” He went on to talk about Hillary’s important proposals before asking for voters’ support saying, “I ask you to do for Hillary what California did for me – send her into the convention with the wind at her back.”

The final event of the day was at Sacramento State University. Bill continued the theme of speaking about Hillary’s experience and why she is the most qualified for the White House. Bill addressed a number of her platform points including guaranteeing LGBT rights, ensuring equal pay for women, the massive amount of student debt, and expanding health care. A video from today’s events will be added when/if available.

Following the day’s public events, Bill attended a fundraiser in support of Hillary for America. The event was held in Sacramento.

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News Source: ABC 7, The State Hornet, The Fresno Bee