Bernie Sanders campaigns for Clinton in northeast Ohio Saturday

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KENT, OH - The presidential campaign headed back to northeast Ohio again on Saturday, as former Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders spoke at events in the Kent and Akron areas in support of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.

Bernie Sanders urged people turned off by their choices in the presidential election to turn out anyway, even if they think "everybody's horrible."

Hillary Clinton's defeated Democratic primary rival spoke at a small campus rally in Akron, Ohio, on Saturday.

He asked the crowd to spread the word about Clinton's support for tuition-free public college. And he denounced Republican Donald Trump, saying "we can't in 2016 accept bigotry as the cornerstone of any campaign."

About 200 people attended the rally at the University of Akron.

A small pro-Trump contingent held signs outside the building while some Sanders loyalists shouted, "We love you" when the Vermont senator pulled up. One woman yelled: "Thanks for opening my eyes."

Sanders is making stops at EJ Thomas Hall in Akron and on the Kent State University Campus in support of the Clinton campaign.