Hillary Clinton is the People's Candidate

Hillary Clinton stands in the center of a crowd of people waving American Flags

The 2016 presidential race is heating up and voters are debating which candidate will be the best 45th president of the United States of America. The Democratic Party has chosen Hillary Clinton as their candidate, and so far she seems to be much more qualified than her opponent Donald Trump.
Having been the first lady of Arkansas, a first lady of the United States, a lawyer, a law professor, an activist, and the U.S. Secretary of State, Clinton has clearly held numerous positions in her political career; furthermore, she has made major contributions to advancing the health care system in the U.S. and has devoted her life to public policy.
Unlike Trump’s rocky road with the Republican Party, the Democratic Party has supported Clinton since she first announced she would be running for presidency.  She has received full support from the current president, Barack Obama, as well as her former running mate, Bernie Sanders.
From LGBT and women’s rights, to racial justice and gun control, Clinton has been outspoken about many issues she would like to resolve through her presidency.  So far, her heart and her head are in the game; moreover, she has made it her mission to move America forward.
While Trump has promoted hate and antagonized Clinton throughout his campaign, Clinton has yet to retaliate.  Instead she has led a campaign focusing on positivity and the issues at hand.  
In early August, CBS News reported that Trump is continuing to fall behind Clinton in several polls and many key GOP members will remain absent from his campaign.  With the loss of momentum in Trump’s campaign, it appears that Clinton has only gained speed.
Throughout her campaign, Clinton has proved that she is by far the best candidate for president.  She has worked in politics her entire life and her determination to make a difference has made a U.S. presidency the next step in her life’s work.  
For further information on Hillary Clinton, and what she stands for visit http://www.hillaryclinton.com.

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