Clinton, Sanders put up spirited campaigns ahead of Tuesday primaries
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton campaigned on Sunday (March 13) at the Mount Zion Church in Cleveland, Ohio.
“I’m sure it’s not enough if you want to be president of our country to tell people what you’re against to point fingers to scapegoat to blame,” Clinton told the Church goers.
Clinton went on to urge voters to show up on Tuesday (March 15) and to vote for her. “I promise you If you come vote for me I will work my heart out every single day to make the changes we know we need,” Clinton said.
Clinton’s rival, Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders also hit the trail on Sunday, stumping for votes (March 15) in Affton, Missouri.
Sanders told his cheering supporters that “Trump is dividing the country up.”
“American people understand what every religion on earth has taught us Christianity Judaism Islam Buddhism that at the end of the day love trumps hatred,” Sanders said.
Sanders said with a large voter turn out, he could have a good chance of winning Missouri.
“Let’s create a large voter turn out, thank you very much,” Sanders said.
In a minor nominating contest, Clinton picked up four delegates in the Northern Mariana Islands’ Democratic primary on Saturday (March 12), to Sanders’ two.
Voters in Florida, Ohio, Illinois, North Carolina and Missouri will vote in Republican, as well as Democratic, primaries on Tuesday (March 15).
The four Republicans and Clinton and Sanders are vying to run in the November election, whose winner will succeed President Barack Obama.
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