Clinton, Obama drum up support in CT

Democratic presidential hopefuls made a final push in Connecticut one day before Super Tuesday.

Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.) was in New Haven for a Solutions for America roundtable at the Yale Child Study Center. Clinton is a graduate of Yale Law School. She listened as women spoke of their troubles paying for health care, insurance, child care and education.

Stamford Mayor Dan Malloy, Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch and former law school friend Attorney General Richard Blumenthal attended the roundtable.

Meanwhile, Sen. Barack Obama made his second visit to the state in less than a year. He held a free event at the XL Center in Hartford. Click here for more on the nuts and bolts of Super Tuesday in Connecticut.

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