Hillary Gets Working Families

So for all you spending quality time with your computers on this rainy Saturday afternoon, the Working Families Party, after a long and arduous roll call, just endorsed Hillary Clinton up in Albany. She got 93.6 percent of the vote. Hillary wasn’t here to celebrate. (The party’s chairman informed the convention that Hillary’s plane got stuck in Farmingdale, though no one really expected her to show.)

Jonathan Tasini, was in attendance though, and he got 6.36 percent.

“Why don’t you round it up to seven,” he pleaded.

–Jason Horowitz

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