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Meet the man trekking across Massachusetts carrying voters’ political messages


B.J. Hill is walking across Massachusetts asking perfect strangers to write down their thoughts on the current political climate in the notebook he carries with him. When he’s finished, he’ll hand it over to the state’s next governor, who voters will elect in November. Hill hopes to bridge what he sees as a disconnect between lawmakers and voters. TODAY’s Al Roker reports.