Chelsea Clinton returned to her alma mater last night to do some campaigning for the moms. Clinton spoke to about 100 Stanford women in the Pi Beta Phi sorority lounge. (Note: That's way more Ivy Leaguers than Princeton gathered for Hillary at happy hour last week.) No word yet if anyone was wearing pajamas or velvet loungewear.
Carolyn Forstein, an associate with the Clinton campaign in San Francisco and a member of Stanford Students for Hillary, said Chelsea's surprise sorority campaign stop was part of an effort to target Hillary's "core demographic," also known as women. However, these sorority girls seem pretty far from the working class ladies that helped Hillary take New Hampshire—or even, say, those gals who lost her Iowa.