- The Washington Times - Thursday, June 4, 2015

Hillary Clinton’s campaign is asking supporters to offer up their New York City residences for staffers who need a place to crash.

The campaign sent an email Wednesday asking supporters to sign up to host Clinton campaign workers arriving in the city, Fox News reported.

“Got a spare room (or couch!) that another supporter could sleep on for a few days?” asks the sign-in form.

Marlon Marshall, director of State Campaigns and Political Engagement at Hillary for America, wrote in the email that the campaign needs its new hires to start “right away” at the Brooklyn headquarters.

He also promised that the staffers will most likely “be working long days, so they really just need a place to sleep, and they’ll be so grateful to be staying with someone who shares their beliefs and their goals.”

President Obama’s re-election campaign launched a similar initiative 2012. An email at the time asked supporters to “lend them a hand” in giving staffers a comfortable place to stay, Fox noted.



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