Oct 13, 2015

Canvassing for Clinton turns up Sanders supporters - Political Monitor

Kathryn Perkins, a Concord resident who was enjoying the temperate fall weather on her screened-in porch Saturday afternoon, was receptive to Cathy Battistelli when she walked up her front steps. Battistelli, wearing a royal blue Hillary Clinton T-shirt, was knocking on Perkins’s door to ask if she will be supporting the former secretary of state and Democratic presidential candidate in the...

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