2016 Update: Clinton Defines Campaign

The Clinton Campaign sent out a mass email today adressing the issue of what the former Secretary of State plans to run on.

In the email, Clinton touched on the importance of investing back into America’s small businesses, helping the working and middle class families gain a secure economic footing, and closing the income gap between the middle class and the ultra rich. Read the full email below:

Friend —

I was raised with the belief that living in this country was one of the greatest blessings anyone could have.

Today, for so many families, the path to lasting prosperity is unclear.

Families have fought their way back from tough economic times. But it’s not enough — not when the average CEO makes about 300 times what the average worker makes.

Everyday Americans need a champion, and I want to be that champion.

I’ve spent my entire life standing up for women, children, families, and anyone who needed a little help along the way. That’s what this campaign will be about, and that’s what I’ll do every single day as your president.

It’s time for us to fight for people like my dad, who ran a small business and committed himself to building a better life for his family. People like my mom, who relied on the kindness of others to get through a tough childhood — and like my baby granddaughter, who deserves to grow up in a country where every single kid has the opportunity to live up to her or his potential.

This won’t be easy. And I won’t take anything for granted. I’m going to work my heart out to earn every single vote, because I know it’s your time.

I want you with me on this. Chip in what you can today to help build our campaign:






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