Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton tells immigrant group that if elected, she will immediately begin working for comprehensive immigration reform. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said Monday that she would "immediately begin working for comprehensive immigration reform," if she is elected president. Her comments came during a campaign stop at the Resurrection Project in Chicago where immigrants guide new arrivals through the U.S. immigration procedures and paperwork. Clinton was joined by Congressman Luis Gutierrez and activists Dolores Huerta and Arturo Rodriguez, head of the United Farm Workers. Clinton called for those eligible to vote to make sure to get to the polls Tuesday in Illinois, saying she wanted to send the messaged that "Love trumps Hate."