HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – Little Amps coffee shop on State Street had a surprise visitor Thursday.
“In walks President Bill Clinton and we got to talk to him. It was really good,” Casey Peltier of Harrisburg said.
Former President Bill Clinton posed for lots of pictures, shook hands, and stopped to chat. He signed a Fleetwood Mac record and ordered a cold brew coffee, the house special at Little Amps.
The former President then made his way to the Heinz-Menaker Senior Center where he continued to drum up support for his wife Hillary.
He wrapped things up with a rally at the Keystone Building. About 1,000 people gathered in the lobby. He told the crowd Hillary Clinton is the only qualified candidate left in the presidential race.
“She has consistently been the best change maker I have ever known, and when you get to be President all the blaming stops, all the talking stops. You have to stand, deliver, and make change,” he said. “If you want a change maker to be president, bring her home.”
Polls show Hillary Clinton is leading Democratic rival Bernie Sanders in the Pennsylvania primary election on April 26.
Sanders on Friday will host a town hall event at Gettysburg College and a rally at Millersville University.