[ Don’t forget – Debate tonight- 8:00 p.m. (ET) CNN.]
Lots of friendly faces sending photos to us. The photograph to the left is from Connecticut and includes a certain comment writer we enjoy hearing from every morning (“Good Morning Hillfans”).
Recently the American Nurses Association, representing 2.9 million registered nurses endorsed Hillary. Today, New York Firefighters endorsed Hillary.
El Mundo and The Post News Group endorsed Hillary today too:
Hillary Clinton, however, receives our support for her long standing commitment to implement the Dellums Commission agenda which addresses employment and anti-crime measures. Her experience, knowledge and commitment will serve us well. Her success as New York’s senator where she demonstrated an ability to work both sides of the aisle bodes well as to how she could bring us together as a nation. The Post News Group and El Mundo agrees with assembly member Sandre Swanson, council members Ignacio De La Fuente and Jean Quan, Mayors Ron Dellums, Gavin Newsom, Antonio Villaraigosa, and Congresswoman Maxine Waters along with half of the members of the Congressional Black Caucus that Hillary Clinton has the mettle to fight for a green economy, increased educational support, withdrawal from Iraq, jobs for ex-offenders, foreclosure protection and the prosecution of predatory lenders, and increased support for urban areas.
Friendly faces are being deployed around the country to help make Hillary 44.
Former Iowa Governor Tom Vilsack will meet with voters across southwest Minnesota to discuss Hillary’s plan to boost research and development of clean and alternative energy.
Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee will attend a “Women for Hillary” event in Los Angeles, California.
Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa will speak on Hillary’s behalf after the democratic debate in Los Angeles, California.
NOW President Kim Gandy will speak to Hillary supporters and undecided students at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.
Former Ambassador Joe Wilson will speak on Hillary’s behalf at the University of New Mexico and attend a debate watch party in Santa Fe.
United Farm Workers co-founder Dolores Huerta will stump for Hillary in Albuquerque and join President Bill Clinton at a rally at the University of New Mexico.
We’ll have pictures from tonight’s watch party above the Kodak theater.
Here is another picture from Hillary in Connecticut:
And OkieAtty sends us this picture of Bill Clinton in Oklahoma: