Apr 28, 2016 4:51 PM
You may remember it was a big deal when Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump made a stop in the town of Farmington two weeks before the New Hampshire presidential primary, but the nearly $10,000 in overtime costs for the police department may not get recouped despite a request from town officials that the Trump campaign pay up.
It is important to note this situation is not unusual.
Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama have come under fire in the past for a similar situations, as have many other candidates over the years.
The campaigns are not required to pay for the police overtime.
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