BRIDGEPORT, Conn. – With Tuesday's Democratic primary approaching, members of the Connecticut Legislative Black and Puerto Rican Caucus have endorsed Hillary Clinton for president.
Members cited Clinton’s plans to battle gun violence, create comprehensive immigration reform, and ongoing attempts to break down racial, social and economic barriers.
“Hillary is the most qualified and experienced candidate to become the next president of the United States,” said caucus chair and state Rep. Bruce Morris of Norwalk. “We need someone who has her diplomatic acumen..”
"Secretary Clinton has a proven track record delivering results," added state Rep. Chris Rosario of Bridgeport. "It is critical we keep military-style weapons off our streets and out of our cities. Hillary's leadership on gun violence prevention will absolutely make a difference in the lives of Bridgeport citizens."
Along with Morris and Rosario, other Caucus members that have endorsed Clinton include the vice chair, state Rep. Hilda Santiago of Meriden, state Reps. Terry Adams of Stamford, Andre Baker of Bridgeport, Pat Billie Miller of Stamford and Charlie Stallworth of Bridgeport among others.
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