Hillary Clinton says at a surprise stop in Seattle that the election has been “incredibly painful” but the country is going to “have to keep working together” after Election Day.
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Clinton says at a campaign office that she takes “absolutely no satisfaction” in what is happening with rival Donald Trump. She says it “sends a terrible message to so many people here at home and around the world.”
Clinton was joined by Gov. Jay Inslee and Sen Patty Murray at the campaign office.
She says Democrats need a “big, big vote” in Washington state, both in person and by mail.
She says voters shouldn’t be discouraged from voting on Election Day “if they start seeing returns coming in from the East Coast.”