Chelsea Clinton campaigns on South Side
Chelsea Clinton is in town to campaign for her mom, U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton.
About 120 people were in Folino's Restaurant on Carson Street in the South Side to hear her speak, and 54 of them have volunteered to canvass afterward.
An audience member, who identified himself as a native American, asked Clinton what her mother would do for native Americans if she were elected president."
"Wow, that's a really great question. You're the first person to ever ask me about that in the 32 states I have been in. My mom wants to make sure that every native American and American has health care and education," Clinton said.
Clinton was introduced by Mayor Luke Ravenstahl, who noted that he and Clinton are both 28 years old were born 21 days apart, he on Feb. 6, 1980, and she on Feb. 27 of that year.
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