Hillary Clinton Campaign to Open Central Falls Office on Wednesday
Tuesday, April 12, 2016
At the office opening, Mayor James Diossa and Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea as well as supporters and volunteers will highlight Hillary Clinton's ideas for breaking down barriers that hold people back, and her record of delivering results for families.
The new office will serve as a hub for organizing activity in the Central Falls area, with volunteers planning and launching phone banks and canvasses to encourage Rhode Islanders to vote for Hillary Clinton on April 26.
For Rhode Islanders who would like to get involved with the campaign, click here to sign up.
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