I too wonder where Mrs. Clinton stands on social justice issues. The Democratic field is awfully quiet, which allows serious issues to get overlooked in favor of the “right vs. left” debate. Let’s see…
After years of speculation, Hillary Clinton just announced what we all knew was coming: she’s running for president in 2016.
The former Secretary of State, New York Senator and First Lady released a video on her website Sunday afternoon, where she expressed her desire to be the “Everyday American’s” “champion” before announcing her campaign.
The announcement was met with excitement among Democratic voters, many of whom had been awaiting the news with anticipation.
She will kick off her campaign with a voter meet-and-greet in Iowa next month, according to the New York Times. The move is a strategic one as Clinton famously underperformed in the state during the 2008 caucus, a move some say cost her the presidency.
But while Clinton is the likely shoe-in for the Democratic candidate, her campaign won’t be without its problems.
From questions about whether she will align herself with Obama to questions of…
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