Republican Rep. Richard Hanna of New York, pictured in this 2010 photo, said Tuesday he would vote for Hillary Clinton over his party’s nominee Donald Trump.
Republican Rep. Richard Hanna of New York, pictured in this 2010 photo, said Tuesday he would vote for Hillary Clinton over his party’s nominee Donald Trump. Heather Ainsworth AP
Republican Rep. Richard Hanna of New York, pictured in this 2010 photo, said Tuesday he would vote for Hillary Clinton over his party’s nominee Donald Trump. Heather Ainsworth AP

First Republican congressman says he will vote for Clinton

August 02, 2016 09:19 AM

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