Several members of the audience at a New Hampshire campaign event for Hillary Clinton sported some creative t-shirts, and they made sure TV cameras could capture their t-shirts while Hillary spoke. At least two men wore ‘Settle For Hillary’ t-shirts that utilized the official logo and font of Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.
Jeff Bechdel, the communications director for America Rising, a Republican PAC focused on conducting and distributing opposition research, posted a television screenshot of the t-shirts on Monday night. Bechdel screencapped ABC News footage of Hillary’s event and posted a picture on Twitter:
— Jeff Bechdel (@jeets) February 9, 2016
It wasn’t just one person wearing the provocative t-shirt, though. CNN cameras captured another man wearing the same ‘Settle For Hillary’ t-shirt elsewhere in the audience.
— Nicole Ballivian (@bintfilm) February 9, 2016
New Hampshire voters go to the poll’s today as part of the country’s first presidential primary election.
Hillary Clinton, who just barely eked out a delegate lead in last week’s Iowa caucus, badly trails Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in pre-election polling in New Hampshire. The most recent Real Clear Politics average of New Hampshire primary polls shows Sanders with a 13-point lead in the state.