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Hofstra Misspells Hillary's Name on Souvenir Debate Tickets

Image: Hofstra Misspells Hillary's Name on Souvenir Debate Tickets

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By    |   Monday, 26 Sep 2016 08:52 PM

Souvenir tickets printed for Monday night's presidential debate had a glaring error: Hillary Clinton's name was misspelled.

The tickets, which are not real tickets that would allow entry into the debate being held at Hofstra University, were handed out to Hofstra students attending the debate in person as keepsakes from the event. Clinton's first name was spelled with just one L.

 

 

A spokesperson from Hofstra said corrected versions of the souvenir tickets will be printed and handed out.

"These tickets are not official tickets to the debate," Karla Schuster told NBC 4 New York. "They were printed at the last minute to create a souvenir for the students. We'll be reprinting them for all those who won tickets."

According to NBC, more than 7,500 Hofstra students submitted their names in a lottery to score tickets to the debate. Just 350 students were selected.

Clinton, a Democrat, and Republican Donald Trump squared off Monday night for the first of three presidential debates ahead of the November election.

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