Monday, December 22, 2014

Olivia Nutter gets present in Denver

Also straight from John Baer in Denver: A Pennsylvania woman was selling campaign buttons outside the state delegation breakfast this morning. As Mayor Nutter was leaving the event, she stopped him. "I'd like you to give this to Olivia," she said, handing him a button. Nutter took the offering for his 13-year-old daughter, which read: "If I was 18, I'd vote for Obama-Biden."

Olivia Nutter gets present in Denver

Also straight from John Baer in Denver:

A Pennsylvania woman was selling campaign buttons outside the state delegation breakfast this morning. As Mayor Nutter was leaving the event, she stopped him. "I'd like you to give this to Olivia," she said, handing him a button.

Nutter took the offering for his 13-year-old daughter, which read: "If I was 18, I'd vote for Obama-Biden."

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