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John King wannabe
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« on: October 10, 2021, 10:50:08 PM »

Sen. Hillary Clinton announces campaign for President in Brooklyn, NY

"We are here in Brooklyn for a simple reason, to restore the faith and confidence in our nation, for the past 11 years, Republican's have run this country and our economy to the ground, incompetence runs rampant in the White House and I believe that now is the time to take bold action to take our country back and Make America Great Again! We will make America great again by bringing back jobs for hardworking Americans, creating a Universal Healthcare System that ensures every American has the right to quality and affordable healthcare! And we will make America great again by retiring John McCain and Sarah Palin once and for all!

So in that spirit, I am proud to announce, officially! I am running for President of the United States of America! Now is your moment! Now is your time! If you stand with me! If you work with me and you fight with me! I will stand and fight for you every single day I am in the White House! Thank you Brooklyn and may God bless you and may God bless the United States of America!"
John King wannabe
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« Reply #1 on: October 12, 2021, 11:54:43 AM »

Senator Clinton Campaign Schedule

September 1st - 2nd | Iowa
September 1st:
Meet and greet with campaign volunteers in Des Moines.
Attend a campaign office opening in Des Moines.
Barnstorm with locals in the local mall.

September 2nd:
Visit local hospitals, discuss Universal Healthcare Plan.
Rally in Cedar Rapids with President Bill Clinton.
Have coffee and doughnuts with elderly at retirement home.

September 3rd - 4th | South Carolina

September 3rd:
Town hall on economic stability in Charleston
Speech on rebuilding the middle class in Charleston
Participate in a ribbon cutting ceremony for small business.

September 4th:
Have breakfast at local Waffle House, chat with locals
Attend fundraiser in Myrtle Beach
Town hall on race issues

September 5 - 7th | Conduct duties at Senator and Majority Whip

September 8th - 9th | New Hampshire

September 8th:
First major rally in Manchester
Visit locals at a bar,
Read to a local kindergarten class

September 9th:
Town hall on the opioid crisis in Dover
Attend campaign office opening in Dover
Chat with locals at a local small business.

September 10th - 11th | New York

September 10th:
Accept endorsement of Governor Gillibrand in Albany, NY
Rest at Chappaqua Home until evening.
Attend fundraiser in NYC

September 11th:
Visit Ground Zero with President Clinton, President McCain, The First Lady and Senator Schumer.
Give speech at Ground Zero commemorating the duties and sacrifices of First Responders on 9/11
Lay a wreath at the memorial pool.
John King wannabe
Posts: 228

« Reply #2 on: October 12, 2021, 05:52:49 PM »

Clinton blasts Sanders and Manchin in New Hampshire

"I mean you have one candidate in this race who isn't really a real Democrat, I mean let's be honest, and I have doubts about whether he would even accept our party's nomination if he won. And then you have another candidate who, I as Senate Majority Whip, can not rely on at all. He has consitently refused to get behind policies that a majority of American's support and quite frankly I am sick of it.

So it all boils down to this, we need a President who has been a proven and strong Democratic voice, and we need a President with the track record to get things done so I am that person who has relentlessly moved forth with clear an present solutions for the American people and I will be that President."
John King wannabe
Posts: 228

« Reply #3 on: October 17, 2021, 02:02:03 PM »

Senator Clinton Campaign Schedule (Sep. 12-24, 2011)

September 12th - 13th | South Carolina

September 12th:
Town hall on tackling the housing crisis in Charleston.
Rally in Charleston with President Bill Clinton
Have dinner at a diner with locals

September 13th:
Barnstorm at local small businesses
Give speech in coffee shop on raising the minimum wage to $12 an hour
Attend campaign office opening in Columbia

September 14th - 15th | Michigan

September 14th:
Attend campaign office opening in Detroit
Rally in Detroit
Town hall in Lansing on rebuilding the economy
Bowl with campaign staff at Bowling Alley

September 15th:
Hold “Women For Hillary” event in Lansing
Visit small businesses in Lansing
Rally in Grand Rapids
Tour shuttered factory in Grand Rapids

September 16th - 18th | Senate Duties
September 19th - 21st | Iowa

September 19th:
Roundtable in Cedar Rapids
Roundtable in Des Moines
Rally in Des Moines

September 20th:
Town hall on creating jobs in Davenport
Rally in Sioux City.
Meet with a family in Sioux City on healthcare coverage

September 21st:
Rally in Dubuque
Read to a local kindergarten class
Give speech to Seniors at a local HS about the importance of voting

September 22nd - 24th | New Hampshire

September 22nd:
Rally in Manchester
Rally in Portsmouth
Town hall in Keene on the opioid epidemic

September 23rd:
Roundtable in Nashua
Town hall in Rochester on Universal Healthcare
Visit local brewery, tour with workers

September 24th:
Hold a birthday party for campaign staffer in Derry
Rally in Derry
Run a BINGO game in local Concord nursing home.
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