Oregon’s governor endorses Hillary Clinton for president

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SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Gov. Kate Brown on Monday endorsed Hillary Clinton for president.

The Oregon Democrat said that Clinton can be counted on to deliver what Brown called “real results” as president and that the two of them share progressive ideas.

Also on Monday, Bill Clinton made a surprise visit in downtown Portland before heading across the Columbia River to campaign in Vancouver, Wash.,  for his wife.

Brown and the former president met at Powell’s bookshop.

Hillary Clinton’s Democratic rival, Bernie Sanders, on Sunday held a rally in Vancouver that drew about 7,500 people. He campaigned in Idaho on Monday.