Clinton records robo-calls for Nutter’s re-election campaign

    Bill Clinton couldn’t make it to the Nutter re-election campaign rally at Temple last week, but that doesn’t mean he’s not supporting the effort.

    With election day only slightly more than half a day out, Heard in the Hall reports the former president has recorded robo-calls supporting the incumbent mayoral candidate’s campaign. That means sometime before the end of the day tomorrow, 200,000 voters will be getting a call from Clinton.

    Clinton canceled his appearence in Philadelphia, which fell during the city’s freak October snowstorm.

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