Hillary Clinton made a surprise stop at Highland Hills Church to speak to parishioners on Sunday ahead of Tuesday Primary Election.
The Democrat Presidential hopeful stopped at Mt. Zion Fellowship of the Bretheren. Congresswoman Marcia Fudge was also in attendance.
“We need to understand if we don’t vote, we don’t count,” Fudge said, before introducing Clinton to a crowd of about 250 people.
Clinton focused a portion of her visit on discussing the state of the economy and the importance of quality education for youth. She cited the need for quality teachers and schools, along with opportunities she plans to provide to refinance college student debt.
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