The question of a Puerto Rican vote is a highlight of the 2016 election.
First Lady Michelle Obama wasn’t scheduled to speak at La Salle University until noon on Wednesday, September 28, but according to students and security, the eager crowd was lining up outside the arena as early as midnight the night before. Although Obama was not there on her own behalf—she is one of Hillary Clinton’s chosen campaign surrogates, and will spend the weeks leading up to the election speaking in swing states to the merits of her husband’s former rival—the excitement in the mostly young, very diverse crowd was palpable.
Alrededor de 10.200 personas se reunieron en el Centro Liacouras de la Universidad de Temple para escuchar hablar al senador de Vermont.
In the myriad of young college students waiting to hear Bernie Sanders speak on April 6, more than a few faces stood out.
His appearance at Temple University brought out a crowd of over 10,200 people and forced an overflow crowd at the nearby volleyball court.
In her victory speech, the former Secretary of State seemed to look ahead of the 50 plus remaining contests between her and the Democratic National Convention.