JUST IN: Bill Clinton Breaks Election Laws, Appears At 4 Massachusetts Polling Stations (VIDEO)


Bill Clinton has some serious explaining to do tonight after he was spotted at up to four polling stations during Massachusetts’ Super Tuesday. Now, you may think, what’s the big deal? Maybe he is just supporting his wife. However, this is simply not allowed according to Massachusetts voting laws, which state:

‘Within 150 feet of a polling place as defined in 950 CMR 53.03(18)(c), no person shall solicit votes for or against, or otherwise promote or oppose, any person or political party or position on a ballot question, to be voted on at the current election.’

You can actually hear people in the background of the video posted below saying this:

‘I haven’t seen one person be able to come in and be able to vote in here. They are affecting the voting… this is ridiculous. This should be fraud and illegal.’

The Massachusetts Secretary of State, William Galvin said this about the incident:

‘We had to remind some of our poll workers that even a president can’t go inside and work a polling place. We had to remind everybody what the rules are, that there is no campaigning within 150 feet of the voting booths because people are entitled to their privacy.’

He continued:

‘You don’t usually get a president doing this.’

Apparently Hillary campaigners had to be warned about the 150 foot barrier, but by that time, the former President of the United States had already been to numerous polling stations. This leads one to believe that the Hillary campaign is running scared, trying desperately to not relive 2008, when she was again up against a progressive much different than herself.

Video courtesy of YouTube: