Democrat Tim Kaine said that he and Hillary Clinton have already talked about how to unite the country after a divisive campaign, and they’re thinking about how to reach out to their supporters and non-supporters alike.
“In the tone of the things that we say, in the team that we put together, and the policies that we promote, we have to show that we want to govern for all, not just those who voted for us,” the Democratic nominee for vice president said. “And that’s something that Hillary and I have already talked about a good bit and we’ll approach the job that way if we’re fortunate enough to win this evening.”
He made the comment after he and his wife cast their votes at their polling place, the Methodist Home in Richmond, Va. They walked there from their nearby house.