(Boston Globe) Hillary Clinton’s campaign has been "reminded" not to solicit votes near polling sites after President Bill Clinton ventured into a polling location in Boston on Tuesday, the Secretary of the Commonwealth’s office said.
Massachusetts election rules forbid the solicitation of a vote for or against a candidate, party, or position within 150 feet of a polling place.
Alongside fellow Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, Clinton greeted election workers and voters on Tuesday at the Holy Name Church, a polling location in West Roxbury. The former president chatted up voters, kissed an old lady on the head, posed for photos, and bought a cup of coffee, MassLive reports.
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