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Hillary Clinton campaign volunteers gather in Little Rock and Fayetteville

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HILLARY SUPPORTERS: More than 200 gathered last night in Little Rock.
  • HILLARY SUPPORTERS: More than 200 gathered last night in Little Rock.

Longtime Clinton friend Sheila Bronfman sends along word of strategy meetings held last night for Hillary Clinton supporters in Little Rock and Fayetteville. 

"The campaign solicited information from the attendees on what they thought they as volunteers should be doing, and what the campaign should be doing," Bronfman said. "Lots of energy. Lots of new faces and plenty of familiar faces."

She also said that an Arkansas Travelers group has again been formed to travel around the country (at their own expense) spreading the good word about Hillary. About 600 people have signed up to travel so far, Bronfman said. 

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