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Why vote for hillary?Election of 2016By: meilis llorens

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Background information:She is a female candidate for the democratic partyWas the 67th UNITED STATES SECRETARY OF STATE FROM 2009 TO 2013IS THE WIFE OF OUR 42ND PRESIDENT BILL CLINTONSHE GRADUATED FROM YALE LAW SCHOOL EARNING HER J.D.

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Hillary clinton supports:She supports the legalization of same sex marriageSupports increasing the taxes for the rich to reduce interest rates for student loans Supports that men and women should be paid the same amount of moneySupports the idea of more restrictions in order to purchase a gunSupports ObamaCareSupports the banning of solitary confinement for juvenilesSupports legalization of marijuana for ONLY medical usesSupports that physically and mentally well adults on welfare should be required to work Supports that foreign suspects of being terrorists should be given constitutional rightsSupports that the govrnment should decrease the military spendingSupports banning the people from the "no-fly list" from owning a gun

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Hilllary clinton doesn't support:Banning muslim immigrants from entering the united statesRequiring producers to label genetically engineered foodsTax flat on income Glass steagall being reinstatedSocial security being privatizedThe tpp being good for americaVoters having to show photo identification to voteUnited states maintaining its embargo against cubaPARENTS HAVING CONSENT OF UNDERAGE WOMEN TO HAVE AN ABORTIONUS USING RAIDS TO ENFORCE IMMIGRATION LAWSINTERROGRATION METHODS (SUCH AS WATERBAORDING)

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Why vote for clinton?She was elected Senior Class President of Wellesley CollegeGraduated with honors from Yale Law School before completing another year of graduate studies.Worked on Presidential campaigns of Barry Goldwater (1964), George McGovern (1972), and Jimmy Carter (1976)Took a summer job on Senator Walter Mondales committee for migrant workers in 1971Chaired the Arkansas Educational Standards Committee while husband Bill Clinton was GovernorCo-founded the Arkansas Advocates for Children and FamiliesNamed one of the 100 most powerful lawyers in America by the National Law Journal in 1988 AND 19918 Years as First Lady of the United StatesServed as US Senator from New YorkServed as US Secretary of State

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She caused amazing causes:

She introduced GHI (Global Health Initiative) in 2010GHI has implemented strategies to:Improve medical facilitiesReduce the spread of HIVLower infant and maternity mortality rates

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Has fought to bring women closer to equality with men:

She brings issues like women's health, equal pay, and domestic violence to the forefrontThis information is directly from http://www.hillaryclinton.comAfter graduating from Yale Law School, Hillary chose not to take a prestigious job at a law firm. Instead, she became an advocate for women, families, and children. She went to work at the Childrens Defense Fund, where she helped expand access to education for children with disabilities. As first lady of Arkansas, she helped start Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families. As first lady of the United States, Hillary was a staunch advocate for women and childrens issues. She led the U.S. delegation to the U.N. Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing, where she proclaimed that womens rights are human rights. She also advocated for the Family and Medical Leave Act, which provides leave for new parents or those with a sick loved one, and she worked to increase funding for child care. As senator from New York, Hillary championed access to emergency contraception and voted in favor of strengthening a womans right to make her own health care decisions. She also championed the Paycheck Fairness Act and co-sponsored the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act in an effort to achieve equal pay and help close the wage gap. She fought for legislation to guarantee paid sick leave and paid parental leave for all federal employees. As secretary of state, Hillary made womens rights a cornerstone of U.S. foreign policy. She created the now-permanent position of ambassador-at-large for global womens issues and helped launch the first U.S. strategy on women, peace, and security. She also advanced womens economic empowerment, championed programs to prevent and respond to gender-based violence, and spearheaded public-private partnerships to improve the status of women and girls.

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https://www.hillaryclinton.com/feed/112-reasons-and-counting-hillary-clinton-should-be-our-next-president/for more reasons (is nessarsary) here are 112 more reasons

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