HATFIELD, Pa. — Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton began what she called a 100-day march to the election Friday with an effort to bridge the Democratic Party’s widening gulf with small-town and working-class voters in the key battleground states of Pennsylvania and Ohio. “We know that if we’re smart about it, we can bring back jobs from China and other places,” Clinton said at the start of a three-day bus tour of those up-for-grabs states. She and her running mate, Sen. Tim Kaine (Va.), also laid out a string of attacks on Republican nominee Donald Trump. His populist, blue-collar appeal has capitalized on a trend that has seen more lower-income and lower-educated whites turning away from national Democrats, setting up a battle in key states for what was once the working-class soul of the Democratic Party.
From The Washington Post: https://goo.gl/RmOU7i