Bill Clinton visited the New Bedford for Super Tuesday and he may have broken election rules while he was here.  The law states that you cannot campaign within 150 feet of a polling location.

Bill Clinton visited New Bedford, West Roxbury, and Newton locations to shake hands and take photos with voters, but was he breaking any laws?

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh joined Clinton to thank poll workers, but according to “they were not campaigning inside the polling location."

Secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin, said he had heard about Bill Clinton’s presence and the campaign knew of the 150-foot rule. However, Galvin told The New York Times it was acceptable for Clinton to enter a polling place, as he did not solicit votes.

According to the State and the 150 foot law Bill Clinton was completely within his jurisdiction because he didn't campaign inside the polling location, just meeting with the public.

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