Date: 08 May 2016
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On the Campaign Trail

Former President Bill Clinton made two stops in Pennsylvania Wednesday to campaign for his wife, Hillary Clinton.

His first stop following Hillary Clinton’s significant victory Tuesday night in New York was in Johnstown. He then made his way to Pittsburgh, where he spoke at a Pennsylvania State Education Association meeting at the Pittsburgh Federation of Teachers on the city’s South Side.

Members of the American Federation of Teachers and Pennsylvania State Education of Association said they learned about Bill Clinton’s plans to attend the evening before.  More than 350 people turned out to hear Bill Clinton campaign for his wife during event at the University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown.

Photo credit: John Rucosky – Tribune-Democrat