The latest selfie on one local student’s phone is a little blurry and overexposed, but presidential candidates who are in a hurry don’t always make the best photographers. But it’s the kind of thing Nansemond-Suffolk Academy senior Nathan Soper will remember for the rest of his life. Soper attended Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton’s rally at Lake Taylor High School in Norfolk on Monday night and got the chance to pose for a selfie with the candidate and former first lady, senator and secretary of state.
“I was standing by right where she came in,” Soper said. “I was the last person right when she was walking out, and I totally thought she was going to pass me by.”
But after the young voter called out to her and asked her to take a picture, “she just turned around, took my phone and took the picture,” Soper said.
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