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Brian McNiff, a spokesman for Secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin, said he had heard about Bill Clinton’s presence. McNiff said that Hillary Clinton’s campaign “has been reminded” of the 150-foot rule.
Bonnie McGilpin, a spokeswoman for Walsh’s office, said Walsh joined Clinton to thank poll workers, but “they were not campaigning inside the polling location.”
McNiff was asked if Clinton’s presence would, on its own, constitute a solicitation.
“He’s a well known person. And he’s a spouse of a candidate,” McNiff said. “That should answer the question.”
It appears he can be there
Then...oh well. No grounds for arrest. In spite of the witch hunt. Nothing illegal.
That's new, there's no law stopping that.
It's a felony to obstruct voting, the law will take care (or not) of that claim...hunting for witches aside.
Petition is based on video evidence
originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: Jason88
I suspect there are video files out there unseen which will harden the charges levied at him.
I suspect he's too smart (or devious, depending on your point of view) .