#OurFights are Hillary’s Fights: Susan Smith, President, South Carolina Democratic Women’s Council, Georgetown
I was at the Democratic National Convention in 2008. I thought Hillary handled the long primary with grace, class, and dignity. And I appreciated the fact that President Obama and Secretary Clinton were professional and worked together after it was all said and done.
While at the convention listening to her beautiful speech uniting delegates to support our nominee, I turned to my friend and said at the time, “I’m going to tell you one thing, if she runs for president again, I will support her. I will not look right or left. This is my candidate, this is my girl.”
So I’m happy to make my dream of supporting her come true in 2016.
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Get out your glitter—Hillary’s coming back to Iowa!
Next Monday, she’ll be holding events in Davenport, Cedar Rapids, and Des Moines. RSVP now:
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Hillary Clinton made one last trip to close out 2015 talking about the issues that matter to New Hampshire. She’ll be back on Sunday to kick off 2016 with town halls in:
Start 2016 off right. Join a South Carolina Coalition for Hillary today!
Big news: yard signs are now in offices!
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“Boosting incomes for hard-working families so they can afford a middle class life is the defining economic challenge of our time.”
Check out our newly released ad, running on radio stations across South Carolina.
#OurFights are Hillary’s Fights: Malahah, Orangeburg
A woman president? We’re just ready. We’d really run the world—it’d be official.
We’re out collecting commit to caucus cards before the snow plows even hit the neighborhoods. ❄️