Reporters trailing Hillary Clinton during Saturday’s Fourth of July parade in Gorham, N.H. were cordoned off with rope, but the presidential candidate was considerably more hospitable with an at-home chat for 300 locals earlier in the day in Glen, N.H. The former Secretary of State started the morning by getting up-close-and-personal with a thoroughly-vetted circle of voters at the hilltop home of Julie and Michael Levine. What was Clinton’s first official campaign stop was originally planned for The Notchland Inn in Hart County where Rep. Ed Butler has a time share.
After Clinton nixed that plan due to spotty Internet service, innkeeper Mark Dindorf dialed up his friends the Levines. Away on Maine’s Monhegen Island, their teenage daughter Dana back at home needed some convincing that the Secret Service would in fact be stopping by for a recon mission. Aside from the as-New-Hampshire-goes-so-goes-the-nation element of the location, the White Mountains enclave is among the first pockets of the country to report Election Day results.
Dressed in a fitted, tailored red blazer and navy pants, Clinton served up an All-American message, as in steering the country to a better place for future generations like her granddaughter Charlotte, Julie Levine said. “She talked about