Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton stops and chats with a young girl at an Indiana diner as she campaigns ahead of the state's presidential primary next Tuesday. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton stopped into an Indianapolis diner on Sunday (May 1), with two days to go before the state's primary. Clinton has a 50-46 lead over rival Bernie Sanders in the state, according to a Real Clear Politics polling aggregation on Sunday. Congressman André Carson (Democrat-Indianapolis) accompanied Clinton on the stop and could be seen introducing her to locals inside the diner. At one point, Clinton took a seat and struck up a conversation with a young girl. The former secretary of state could be heard asking the girl where she went to school. Indiana holds its primary on Tuesday (May 3).