Hillary went to Indiana in advance of the May 3 primary there. Here she is at the Douglass Park Gymnasium in Indianapolis and the Lincoln Square Pancake House.
The NAACP Fight for Freedom Fund Dinner in Detroit
In Ashland, KY
In Athens, OH
Hillary spoke at the Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies (APAICS) at the Washington Hilton.
Hillary spent Cinco de Mayo in Los Angeles, appeared with Maxine Waters and Karen Bass, and went to Oakland and rallied with Barbara Boxer. Let’s right now dispel that crazy story that “all” of her popular vote came from California. Where then, did the other 57,090, 806 votes come from then?
WJC delivered the commencement address at Loyola Marymount where his nephew, Tyler, was among the class of 2016, and HRC was in the audience to cheer them both on!
In Virginia, Hillary sat down with working moms and dads and visited a daycare center.
A roundtable with working parents at the Family Care Center in Lexington and then a rally in Louisville.
A campaign rally on the campus of Camden County College in Blackwood, NJ at a nearby hospital.
At an HIV/AIDS event in NYC
Sunday services in Louisville
Rallies in Fort Mitchell and Lousville
Rally in Bowling Green
Thank you, Kentucky!
The Trayvon Martin Foundation sponsored the Circle of Mothers conference in Fort Lauderdale.
In Detroit, Hillary Clinton addressed the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) 2016 International Convention.
Hillary rallied voters in Commerce, California with Karen Bass.
Hillary rallied voters in Riverside.
Hillary spoke in Buena Park. She was introduced by Jamie Lee Curtis at the United Food and Commercial Workers local 324 union hall. Many members of the Homecare Providers union were prominent on stage.
Hillary brought her California campaign to Hartnell College in Salinas.
Hillary spoke at a conference for the United Food and Commercial Workers’ International Union in Las Vegas.
At a pre-primary rally at San Jose’s Parkside Hall, California Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom introduced Hillary.
In San Francisco and Oakland
Memorial Day in Chappaqua
May TV appearances:
May endorsements: The L.A. Times, UAW, Robert Menendez, Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus, Jerry Brown, National Resources Defense Council.